Kenyans have been left in dilemma after the latest message from deputy president William Ruto. DP Ruto has faulted the government over the latest increase in the fuel price.
According to the DP Ruto, the ministry of Petroleum and Energy sector especially on Kenya Power has several cartels who has been causing the crazy fuel and electricity costs. DP has requested the head of state to dismantle the entire committee.
This message has awakened former member of Parliament honorable Kabando Wa Kabando. Kabando explained how he allegedly lost hope for President Uhuru Kenyatta when he failed to crack the whip in 2019, when our country faced a mega scandal.
However, Kabando has requested the head of state and the concerned entities to open IPPs suppliers now, and he has also requested them to disclose the KPLC vested.
Kabando Wa Kabando said "If indeed Ruto's latest trajectory is a Damascus, it's a welcome move indeed. Whatever, whenever, however, wherever, WHOEVER tickles anti-graft WHATEVER the motive, it is so welcome!"
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