Most Kenyans took to social media this morning, to protest over the rising price of petroleum products, with most of them linking this to the sky rocketing cost of living.
Since the Jubilee regime took over power, the price of petrol and diesel has more than doubled, with that of kerosene also increasing by huge margins in just eight years.
Honourable Musalia Mudavadi, took to his Twitter and Facebook pages, to protest over what he termed us exploitation of resilient Kenyans who are now being pushed to the edge.
ODM presidential hopeful, Jimi Wanjigi, called a press statement after meeting with business leaders from Ruaka, where he stated that the currents Parliamentarians are to Squarely blame for the high cost of fuel. He said that under the new law passed by Parliament in 2019, the price of fuel would again increase in a fortnight. He urged members of the Public to vote out all the MPs.
ODM leader Raila Odinga on his part, requested the government to be sensitive to the needs of the common man, and immediately reduce the fuel prices.
Deputy President William Ruto, urged the executive to call for a meeting, and negotiate on measures to reduce the price of fuel.
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