Politicians have been put under sharp corner if Uhuru will take the advice given to him on how to solve the problem of high taxation which have led to economic difficulties to the common citizens.
According to a the Standard Newspaper of today, Sunday 11th July, there is admission that the high taxation has led to increase in the cost of basic commodities such as food items and cooking gas which have made lives difficult.
In his opinion, Kinyanjui felt that the government needed to reduce its expenditure. He said that this would be realised if he controlled the expenses by politicians. He insisted that the government need to reduce the amount of fuel consumed by politicians while attending their political rallies, as they use government vehicles.
Kinyanjui advised Uhuru to put a policy that denies any politician from attending any political rally using a government vehicle.
This is a major blow to politician as it would mean that they would be required to finance their rallies, something not many politicians would afford or agree.
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