The cost of living is likely to go high after the Uhuruto government increased the fuel prices by huge margin. The super petroleum goes from 127.14 to Ksh 134.72. The diesel prices has also increased too from Ksh 7.94 to 12.94 per litre.
According to this increase in fuel prices, Kenyans expressed their anger urging Uhuru to dissolve the government and leave them alone after the government increased the fuel prices.
The Kenyans have expressed their anger the hike in the fuel prices urging Mr Kenyatta to dissolve the government and leave Kenyans alone.
The cost of living is likely to increase as Kenyans warned that there I tough time ahead awaiting for them.
They have urged Uhuru to leave them alone as they added that they are tired by Uhuru's government and it is high re the duo to leave them alone.
They claimed that since Raila conducted handshake with Uhuru Kenyatta,the economy has been increasing every hour pushing Kenyans at the tough ends.
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