Nairobi Senator Edwin Sifuna has told President William Ruto that Kenyans do not care whether the food subsidies are benefitting cartels, what they care about is buying unga and other food products at a cheaper price they have no time to get concerned whether the cartels are benefitting in the process.
Speaking during an interview with Citizen television today morning show dubbed Daybreak, Senator Sifuna has castigated the move by President William Ruto to abolish food subsidies arguing that the common citizens, do not care whether the cartels are benefitting with subsidies what they want is just cheap maize flour (unga).
Therefore the excuse stories which are being given by President William Ruto and his allies that they scrapped subsidies because they were benefitting cartels, do not matter to Kenyans right now because they are hungry and they just want to buy food at a cheaper price which they used to buy at when subsidies were in place.
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