Kenyans raised complains after the fuel prices hiked early last week with extreme margins.Their outcry reached The Senate which asked the cabinet secretary for energy, Charles Keter and Petroleum CS John Munyes to appear before the Senate to answer questions regarding the hiked prices.
The senate's action raised the hopes of kenyans who are currently in fear that the prices of basic commodities will consequently increase.
However, the two cabinet secretaries failed to turn up for questioning.On his side, Charles Keter says that he has no questions to answer with claims that CS John Munyes is the right person to be questioned on the hiked prices.photo courtesy-CS Charles Keter
CS John Munyes failed to turn up with claims that he was attending another event of national interests.Kenyans will continue suffering the impact of the hiked prices such as increased fare prices among others until a solution is found.photo courtesy- CS John Munyes
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