Since the rise of fuel prices in the country, there have been a lot of political statements from different political leaders across different political divides. ANC leader musalia mudavadi yesterday in an interview with the local meru TV gave his remarks on president Uhuru government that has increased fuel prices.
The politician defended the government saying that the government has a lot of borrowing and however it has to increase such prices of those crucial items so that the government can be able to refund the loans. He added that the government needs to pay civil servants, to pay teachers and all other people that are employed by the government.
He was saying this to give the reason as to why the rising of fuel prices has been seen in the country. The former vice president said that he has been talking to president Uhuru about the hiking of the fuel prices but it has been difficult to implement anything since the government has its own agenda and that he's not part of the government.
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