"Increasing Fuel And Electricity Prices And Expect Us To Sing BBI," Vocal Tangatanga Bitterly Rants
By NEWSWIZARD.COM | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 1 views
Vocal Tangatanga Senator has faulted the Government for hiking fuel and electricity prices. This increase of fuel will affect everything but most the cost of basic commodity is what is likely to leaving struggling Kenyans more pressed. The change in the prices of the two sources of energy will cause a rise in the transportation costs and many other things.
Jubilee's Party Vice Secretary General Caleb Kositany has Strongly condemned the manner in which the government is trying to oppress the already cornered Kenyans by increasing the prices of fuel and electricity knowing the implications and consequences it will have on Kenyans. The Vocal Soy Legislator has been leading the camp opposing the BBI report and has vehemently maintained that there's no way the government can continue oppressing Kenyans and expect them to sing the tune of the BBI report.
The Deputy President William Ruto and his Political allies have vowed and are busy singing anti_ BBI tunes.
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