Since their famous handshake, Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta have been working nicely together. The ODM birthday party chief has been assisting the Head of State in many instances however today, things were no longer the same.
After it used to be established that the gas charge had long gone up, many of the Kenyans have been complaining. As things appear to be, that pass upset Raila Odinga who broke lose through his authentic twitter account to publicly lecture President Uhuru Kenyatta's government.
According to Raila Odinga, many prone tax payers will go through after the authorities multiplied the fuel prices. The former Prime Minister went on to inform President Uhuru Kenyatta's authorities to decrease the prices of gas right now so as to cushion the regular people.
"Kenyans who have been struggling to put meals on the desk because the onset of the pandemic now stand to have their collective plight worsened by the elevated fuel prices. The prices should be decreased immediately to cushion the everyday Wanainchi." Tweeted Raila Odinga.
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