Truth has finally Emerged about hundreds of Ugandans sneaking into Kenya just days to August.
This news coming after a section of Azimio Presidential candidate Hon Raila Amollo Odinga's team claimed a possible plan to rig Election, now reveals that Ugandans are sneaking into Kenya through the Busia boarder to evade escalating fuel prices which have disrupted their finances and pushed the cost of living higher.
According to a report done by NTV Uganda, Kenya-Uganda border at Busia has become the new territory where fuel smuggling was thriving with majority of Ugandans turning to Busia as the source of affordable fuel, which is currently retailing at Ksh150 per litre in Kenya as compared to Ksh230 across in Uganda.
According to the Publication, Ugandans have been pleading with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni's government to introduce subsidies like Kenya, noting that leaving private actors to determine the prices was hurting their pockets something they say, is yet to be implemented.
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