President William ruto is currently addressing a huge crowd that has turned up to attend his a roadside rally which is currently ongoing.
Among the issues that the head of state has noted in his speech included in the price of unga which according to the speakers who spoke before him is at an all-time high adding the head of state to bring down the cost of the Essential commodity.
The crowd reactions to Ruto's speech
President ruto on his side revealed that he is keen on ensuring that Miller's and shops and supermarkets in the country a bring down the cost of the Essential commodities as saying that the price currently is between 160 and 170 shillings.
The Crowd however did not agree with the head of state but rather chanted Unga Slogans to show their dissatisfaction with the statement by the head of state.
Ruto has however revealed that in coming days the price of the commodity will retail at close to 150 shillings and 170 the saying that they are working on a formula to bring the cost down.
Watch president ruto make his speech here
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