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Parliament Was Not Responsible For Fuel Prices Hike As Person To Blame Is Finally Mentioned in Parliament

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Over the last few days, Kenyans have been crying and pleading with the government over the rising price of Fuel that has resulted in a major rise in cost of living. 

Several leaders have been speaking about the need to remove the tax that was put on the fuel. The current Parliament has been receiving most of the blame with many Kenyans vowing to Punish the MPs in the ballot box. 

However the parliament has vindicated itself after former leader of Majority Aden Duale reminded the country what really happened. According to Duale, the bill was initially rejected by the members of Parliament and that it was the present who ascended to it using article 115 of the Constitution which grants the president special powers in such occasions famously known as veto powers. 

The parliament is expected to vote against the taxation in order for fuel prices to be lowered. Video.

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