Following the nation's address by His Excellency the president Uhuru Kenyatta, there is a sigh of relief amongst citizens who could not afford to cope up with the current living standard.
This is in concurrence with the major announcement on the reduction of electricity tariffs by thirty three percent that will help reduce the cost of living.
The move was eventually recommend by Amani National Congress party leader (ANC) and a prospective presidential candidate hon Musalia Mudavadi who acknowledged that this will help reduce the cost of production and manufacturing of goods.
"I commend the move by the president Uhuru Kenyatta to accept recommendations to reduce the electricity tariffs by 33% this is a move in the right direction in reducing the cost of production and manufacturing..."
Musalia further insinuated that following the bold step taken by the president,in the near times cost and prices of goods and services will eventually come down and very much affordable by common citizens,and provide base for employment opportunities.
"This will in the long run,see the prices of goods come down,increase profit margin for the manufacturers and ultimately create more jobs..."
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