According to Senator Moses Wetangula, the Cabinet Secretary for energy Charles Keter cannot run away from matters increase in matters the increase of fuel prices. He is of the view that the Cabinet Secretaries for energy and petroleum must answer squarely to this matters.
Wetangula opines that it's clear CS Keter is abdicating his duties by refusing to answer to matters increase in fuel prices. He opines that the Cabinet Secretary must answer questions instead of blame game among the two Cabinet Secretaries.
Wetangula wants Keter to tell Kenyans the truth on issues fuel. However it's clear Keter has put the blame squarely to Munyes affirming that he was clearly not the person to blame. However as this leaders fight remember it's the Kenyans who suffer for they have even resulted to courts to ensure the decision to increase fuel prices is reduced.
Matters increase in fuel prices have caused tension in the country with some Kenyans asking for a revolution to bring firm the administration of president Uhuru Kenyatta. However moving forward it's a matter of wait and see of what will unfold moving into the future on issues fuel increase.
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