Mutahi Ngunyi has allegedly noted that the price of coffee during the tenure of the second President of the Republic of Kenya Daniel Moi was Ksh 0.5 per kilogram. Ngunyi has further explained that during the second term of the tenure of the third President of Kenya Mwai Kibaki, the price of coffee shot to Ksh 2.5 per kilogram.
During President Uhuru Kenyatta's tenure, the price has shot upwards to Ksh 118 per kilogram.
According to Mutahi Ngunyi, the Deputy President Dr William Ruto is set to temper with the current price of coffee and bearing in mind that Kikuyus are the largest producers of coffee, they must be angry with the DP.
''Kikuyu ANGER is MANUFACTURED by Ruto. Under Moi, the price of coffee per Kilo was Ksh 0.5. During Kibaki's second term, it SHOT to Ksh 2.5 per Kilo. Under Uhuru the farmer is getting Ksh 118 per Kilo or 50 times under Kibaki. Is this BOTTOM-UP economics?'' Mutahi Ngunyi noted on his twitter page.
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