Kiharu Constituency Member of Parliament, Hon Ndindi Nyoro, has now sent an early warning to the government after speculations that the prices of fuel in the country might go higher.
Ndindi Nyoro who was speaking through his social media accounts, speaks at a time when kenyans are in an economic corner following the government's directive to lock down the country.
According to Nyoro, the government of Kenya ought not to try increasing any prices of oil as this would be in total disadvantage of the common citizens. According to him, the people.who effect these moves are in high offices and do not understand the situation at the door of the poor kenyan.
"GoK, Do NOT dare to increase oil prices anytime. While you are in posh offices, you may not have an idea of what Kenyans are going through especially after the recent restriction directives. Do NOT try to inflict more pain on Kenyans.
We are African and Africa is our Business." Said Nyoro
It should be noted that the rise I the cost of this important product may lead to increase in the prices of other fast moving products due to the increase in the cost of production.
Meanwhile, we would like to hear your opinion, do you agree with Ndindi Nyoro? Share your views in the comments section below.
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