Debates on the current prices of product's in Kenya have continued eliciting mixed online debates from Kenyan's who decry on the rising price's of primary good's.
However media pro have continued unearthing the prices of products and now they have compared the prices of some products before and after President Uhuru Kenyatta entered into an handshake with ODM leader Raila Odinga.
In between 2013 and 2017, a time when DP Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta were very close friends and Raila Odinga was in Opposition, the price of Refilling cooking gas was Ksh. 600 but between 2017 - 2022, the price has shot to Ksh. 1600.
Before handshake the price of 1kg of sugar was Ksh. 90 but now it has gone up to Ksh. 125.
The price of 1 litre of Cooking Oil before handshake was Ksh. 160 but after Uhuru's pact with Raila, the price has shot to Ksh. 360.
Between 2013 and 2017, the price of 1 litre of fuel (Petro) was Ksh. 96 but now, the price has increased up to Ksh. 130 between 2017 and 2022.
The price of 50kg of Fertilizer was going by Ksh. 2500 before handshake but after the handshake, the price has risen to Ksh. 6000.
Between 2013 and 2017, the price of 500ml packet of milk was Ksh. 45 but now the price has shot to Ksh. 55.
Before the handshake, the price of bread was being retailed at Ksh. 45 but after the handshake, the price has managed to shot up to Ksh. 65.
Looking on the price of Maize floor before the Handshake, the price of 2kg of Maize floor was Ksh. 90 but after Raila entered into an Handshake with President Uhuru, the price has shot upto Ksh. 115.
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