While responding to an inquiry made by one Kenyan concerning his stand on this war against the new government's decision, Speaker Muturi has stated that this issue is now before the floors of the National Assembly where it will be dealt with accordingly.
Besides giving the Finance Committee an ultimatum of 14 days to present the reports on its findings on the current worrying issue of fuel price, he has allowed two petitions with regards to that matter.
One petition is made by two Kenyan Citizens and another petition by one Member of the National Assembly.
This indicate his efforts in this war between ordinary Kenyans and the government which they now feel cares less about them by continuing to make lives more difficult upon battling with Covid-19 Pandemic in the country.
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