Kenyans have been angered by the recent rise in fuel and they are really complaining against the government. The recent rise of fuel was received by Kenyans with disbelief as the cost if living has been rising everyday in recent time. The rise of fuel affects all essential commodities and thus making the life's of Kenyans very difficult.
Kenyans have been expecting the senior politicians to say something about this but most of them have kept silent. The 2022 elections are approaching and as they go on with their campaigns Kenyans are watching.
Many supporters of various political parties have been expecting the party leaders to talk about this but this has not been seen. Supporters of UDA party have expected their party leader William Samoe Ruto to talk about this but he has not. The ODM party leader, wiper party Kalonnzo Musyoka,Amani national congress Musalia mudavadi and Ford Kenya Moses wetangula have not said anything. These are major political parties in Kenya where all the party leaders are interested of becoming the president of the country come to 2022.
Kenyans have been crying to the government to reduce the fuel so that the livelihood's can be affordable. We wish and hope that the government will here the cry of the Kenyans.
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