Heavy Protests Rocks Migori Town Over Increase In Fuel Price's.(Photos)
Very heavy Protests have this Thursday morning rocked Migori Town due to the rise in fuel prices in the country and its expected that the strike could spread to other parts of the country too as the matter on fuel prices rising has been very much of public interest.
The heavy protests currently going on in Migori have paralysed transport and roads usage in the area as all the motorists have joined in and in total solidarity over the Increase in the fuel prices in the country.
Apart from Migori, the Thika Superhighway has also been blocked by motorists who are striking in protest against the rise in fuel prices in the country. In Eastleigh, it's also reported that that the anti fuel prices increase has kicked off and the protests are ongoing.
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