Speaking at KTN News on Thursday night, Former Nairobi County Speaker, who is also the Gender CAS Beatrice Elachi has allegedly warned President Uhuru to act in haste to save kenyans who are already tired of the rising cost of living. According to Elachi, the government should come clean to kenyans and tell them honestly the state of their economy rather than continuously over taxing kenyans.
" Sometimes we look at our country and forget we are living in a global village. Kenyans are going to compare our country prices with those of Uganda and Tanzania. Kenyans will always wonder why is it they are being overcharged? We have brought so many regulators who are paralyzing the country. If indeed our economy has gone down down down, then treasury should tell kenyans the truth. It's high time we have a conversation about the State of our economy before kenyans take to the streets to demand for answers," Revealed the Gender CAS Beatrice Elachi.
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