Kakamega County Senator, Cleopas Malala (Photo Courtesy)
The Government of Kenya is having some financial strains which has got the legislatures and taxman increase the VAT on various commodities so as to recover from the debts they owe various lenders.
This led to the increase of fuel prices that has got Kenyans decry on this major development as the prices were subsided some time back.
Various legislatures have been talking about this major development, with Kakamega County Senator Cleopas Malala being the latest to give his thoughts.
Speaking to a congregation, the vocal ODM legislature revealed that the Government is currently struggling financially as they have no funds.
However, he promised Kenyans that he will table the bill on the fuel prices rise in their next meeting with the aim being to engage with EPRA and the taxman to reduce the prices.
The Senator stated: "Uchumi uko chini sana, hatuna pesa mfukoni (The economy is down and struggling, there is no money but we'll do something on our next seating.)"
This is the kind of news Kenyans have been waiting for as they are struggling through the hard economy which doesn't suit everyone.
Watch the video of Kakamega County Senator Cleopas Malal making his sentiments:
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