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Bad News to All Kenyans as Morning Heartbreaking Gov't Unveiling New Price of Product

Beginning on Friday, January 1, some products will retail at a higher price and will do so for the majority of the year. The budget for the 2022–2023 fiscal year was approved by President Uhuru, and it included an increase in the tax rate on select items. Prices for cosmetics, cigarettes, alcohol, and fruit juice are impacted by the new tax revisions.

Kenyans have been facing an economic challenge in recent months. Obtaining basic daily necessities has become a major challenge for many people.

Politicians have used the high cost of living to market their agendas, promising to lower the price of essential goods if elected. Do you believe politicians can lower prices in light of the global economic crisis that has engulfed the world in the last three months? Please leave your comments below.

Kenyans have reacted to Uhuru's comments about the price of a product rising by the day, with some urging the government to intervene. What is your opinion on this matter? Let us know by commenting now, and we'll publish the best.https://twitter.com/ntvkenya/status/1542713029711863809?t=AeB7FX4J4NhUe1cdi-ZCug&s=19

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