Following a three week out cry by the common mwanachi and more so the daily commuters, pleading the reduce or decrease in the fuel hike. Its now a relief and a sign of great things coming for our beloved country Kenya
This evening the Kenya Revenue Authority has been directed to put to a pausethe tax plan for Petroleum products by the court following a case filed after the hiking of fuel prices. This means that the fuel hike which was witnessed from earlier this month is now at its last day.
From a further day, the normal prices will be pinned and that normal commuting life will kick start. The old prices to various towns will be back and the commuters will be happy.
The fuel increase had affected a vast area in the Kenyan market, to cooking gax which is the most basic need fro.the Petroleum products, since 8ts is the most used Petroleum product by almost 90% of the citizens.
This comes after the members of Parliament almost exchanged blow with the acting cabinet Secretaries of energy and Petroleum who had failed to show up for a surmoun by the senators.
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