Kenyans' reactions to this month's sharp hike in petrol prices have been mixed, with calls for government to intervene and protect individuals from growing living costs.
He was supposed to justify and explain the criteria they used to raise fuel prices to an unpredictably high level to the Senate.
Many are concerned that Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter, who was voted to be Kenya's Minister of Energy, did not appear before the Senate committee.
Did he fear the inquiries because he didn't know what to say?
Do you believe his ministry is not to blame for the increased fuel prices?
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