Energy Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter and his Petroleum and Mining partner John Munyes on Tuesday reprimanded summons by Senate's Energy Committee in which they were needed to react to last week's fuel costs climb.
In his reaction to the request, CS Keter said fuel costs didn't fall under the domain of his service, as he avoided any responsibility of liability to the Petroleum agenda.
CS Munyes, who is as of now out of the country, on his part mentioned to move the conference by the Senate Committee to Wednesday one week from now.
Representatives hammered the pair for avoiding the hearings with individuals from the board of trustees proposing to take up the make a difference to the entire House on Tuesday evening.
"Where does the CS Energy get the dauntlessness to say this matter doesn't concern him? We know both the high fuel and power costs are connected. This nation is harming," said Senator Moses Wetangula, a companion of the Committee.
"CS Munyes should have stopped his visit and react to the request. At the point when you raise the cost of fuel, all the other things hits the rooftop."
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