There are many sources of heat in our country. Many Kenyans are using kerosene to light their houses while others are using it for cooking. Furthermore, many youths are bodaboda riders who normally depend on petrol everyday to transport goods from one place to another. Unfortunately, fuel prices are high in the country.
According to the source, National Treasury have broke the silence and revealed that revising fuel prices in the country will affect revenue collection. Furthermore, Principal Secretary of Treasury Julius Muia stated that, if the fuel prices will be reviewed in the country, the country will start borrowing money from international banks. I quote his statement from the source, " Any revising of the taxes will lead to more national borrowing and further affect the formulation of the Division of revenue bill as some of the taxes fund our national budget" Muia revealed these worrying details. This comes in after many Kenyans were expecting that the committee will revise fuels prices in the country. This is a huge blow to millions of Kenyans because they will continue buying fuel on high price.
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