Mohamed Wehliye who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that the promise by Raila Odinga to lower the prices of fuel within one week he has delivered. This is after the price of fuel goes down for almost ksh5 today.
John Chege tweeted, "I hope this is sarcasm. Unless baba Raila Odinga works for EPRA nowadays? 14th of every Month EPRA revises Petrol prices +-. The juvenile excitement from some quarters is laughable."
Eugene tweeted, "kenyans deserve better fuel prices , its not about baba, fuel has been increasing every month and its like he was another planet he just landed this month to realise fuel prices were too high .We know the kind of games they will play now till elections."
James Ochala tweeted, "All those Tanga team bloggers who got stuck on semantics of next week not knowing EPRA meeting was on 14th they don't understand how a government they want to run works and they focus on "next week". Raila new about the EPRA meeting they should have known same but chose cheap shots."
Gibson Tungo tweeted, "Told you if the reduction is not by atleast 20shillings then it's just the usual pendulum antics, reduce when we cry then increase by double the reduction on the next cat and mouse game."
Caktar tweeted, "I take this opportunity to thank Kenyans and religious leaders for putting pressure on the government on fuel prices! It's our right and not privilege! 5bob is too little we need more reduction! Let's continue agitating."
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