Peter Munya. Photo courtesy.
Kenyans have been suffering over flour price in the country. Currently, a two kilograms packet of Unga is being sold at 210 shillings in different outlets Within the country. That price has elecited mixed reactions among Kenyans especially those in law social class who can't afford fancy lifestyle. Some have even opted to focus on other meals for the time being.
Well, According to the new reports. Atleast Kenyans can smile after Cabinet secretary, Hounerable Peter Munya directives. According to Munya, all import on maize and other commodities related to that will not be subjected to importation tax. This means that they will be moving in freely and indication that the price of floor might finally go down starting next month. He has set the date at 1st July as the day where Kenyans will start feeling the impact of low prices. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
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