Raila odinga was in western region yesterday where he held a campaign tour in Vihiga county. The former prime minister addressed the people to passing his 2022 general election agenda ahead of the state house race. While addressing the crowd in Luanda constituency after a meeting in the region Raila odinga touched on the fuel prices which is not good news for Kenyans following his remarks that hinted that Kenyans will have to wait for more time.
When the fuel prices raised in the country, Raila odinga said that the fuel prices will go down as per next week, the week that we are in. However yesterday he didn't give good news as expected by Kenyans as he said that the Parliament will have to amend a bill that will shoot the fuel prices down.
This means that his promise to ensure that the fuel prices go down as per the week that he had promised Kenyans will go unanswered until the Parliament implement what he called as a parliamentary bill to lower the fuel prices.
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