It's a fact Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy have differences which are tricking down to the Cabinet Secretaries. The fact of the matter is that this differences are affecting the lives of most Kenyans and its something that must concern Kenyans.
According to CS Keter, it's clear the differences between this leaders is causing Kenyans a lot of trouble. The fact of the matter is that Keter is the CS for energy while Munyes is the CS for Petroleum. It's for this reason that Keter wants CS Munyes to answer to matters increase in fuel prices in the country.
Keter is of the view that he cannot answer matters increase in fuel prices when its clear he was not in charge of that docket. It's this factor that has caused trouble in the entire debate of the increase in fuel prices.
It's also interesting to know of how this fights go given its a fact already the Cabinet cannot seat anymore given the differences. It's a fact tension is real in the Cabinet as well those Cabinet Secretaries for Ruto are out to fight those for Uhuru and clearly it's bare knuckle.
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