Many people in our country are depending fuels to transport goods from one place to another. Furthermore, many sectors have been affected in the country after the government increased the price of these essential products ( petroleum) in the country.
According to the source, a huge relief after Musalia Mudavadi broke the silence again and revealed that the situation of petroleum prices in the country is affecting our economy. Furthermore, Mudavadi have sent a strong message to MPs in the country stating that they should lower prices of fuel to save the economy. The current price of fuels have forced many Kenyans to pay more for different products like maize flour and sugar.
These comes in after the government increased the price of petroleum products in the country some few days ago.
Furthermore, remember to sanitize and follow all guidelines from the ministry of health to reduce Covid-19 infections in the country.
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