Popular Kalenjin blogger Lord Abraham Mutai has gone to court to challenge the 16% VAT put in place by the government. He is quite know for his activists work, and he has always stood strong, undefied to protect and champion for the rights of the common Mwananchi.
He has in the previous days being asking the government to lift lockdown and open up the country at large. This was to ensure that the common Mwananchi involves in income generation activities. Though many may differ with him politically, most this time round sided with him in this.
This comes days after National Government raised fuel prices by quite a lot. He claims that at Kaplong in Bomet county his home town prices of fuel are going for khs 127. One of his followers from Garissa claims that their fuel prices goes for a shilling lesser khs126.
He had it that the case would be heard on 3rd May, to the joy of many. Though some trolled him of his efforts claiming that some had before him tried but failed terribly. As his norm of not giving a damn, he wasn't detered.
Let us pray that this goes through.
Here are the screenshots of what he had to say.
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