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A Sigh Of Relief as This Basic Commodity Is Expected To Drop Soon, as Ruto Deliver This Report

In a flash, President William Ruto left the country for Uganda, where he attended yesterday's 60th Independence Day celebrations, before taking out for Tanzania later that evening.

His visit to Tanzania has yield a relief to Kenyans at the moment as the prices for the basic commodities have highly increased. Now, the head of state seems to be on the run to fulfill what he promised to kenyan.

President William Ruto and President Samia Suluhu of Tanzania agreed to allow gas pipeline connection from Dar es Salaam to Mombasa. Ruto said his government will fastrack the movement to ensure that the Tanzanian gas is used in Kenya. He said the move will increase competition in the Kenyan gas industry and reduce energy tariffs.

The deal will find its limelight immediately the cabinet secretaries are sworn in after national assembly vetting. This will enhance affordable cooking gas between the two countries. To some extend, Kenyans will be able to use green energy for domestic purpose at a cost effective prices.

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