The Garrisa member parliament Hon Aden Duale has hinted this evening alleging that president Uhuru Kenyatta harassing Kenyans with hiked fuel prices.
"The president cannot use Article 115 to harass Kenyans. IMF has said we must charge V.A.T. the president is using his powers to make innocent Hustlers and Kenyans suffer". Aden Duale said.
The Garrisa member of parliament Hon Aden Duale has become very controversial when it comes to matters concerning the president of the republic of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta. Aden Duale is now associating himself with the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto. Who is not in good terms with his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The hiked fuel prices has really spank mixed reactions across the country, those who are associated with deputy president William Ruto now sees as a good opportunity in decampaigning president Uhuru Kenyatta's legacy.
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