The issue of lowering the prices of fuels have taken another route. This evening, CS Matiang'i has given hopes to Kenyans that prices of fuels are going to reduce in coming weeks.
According to Interior and Coordination of National Government Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiang'i, the ministries will move with speed to implement President Uhuru Kenyatta's directives issued last week to cushion Kenyans and other industrialists from the high power bills.
Matiang'i says the overhaul at the power agency will take off immediately.
"In the coming weeks, we will launch an aggressive program to address the challenges in the energy sector. We are certain that the prices of fuel will not only come down but even the bills and the costs of electricity we are paying will come down," Matiang'i stated.
The Interior CS added that the high cost of power was affecting the country's competitiveness in attracting local and foreign investments and also frustrating businesses' profitability
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