The country has been grappling with the tough economic times that have been brought about by Covid-19 pandemic.The costs of important commodities have risen with no hope of reducing again.The biting fuel prices have caught the attention of Raila Odinga who has now assured Kenyans of the reduction in the prices per Litre in the next few days.
President Kenyatta's Government has seen corruption escalate since he stepped in the office in 2013.He has been accused of going slow on the vice that is grounding the country.The cases have been slowly determined in courts with some big fish being left to walk free.However,some politicians such as Mike Sonko and Waititu have felt the pain.
The Pandora papers news has caught some Kenyans by surprise.Nakuru senator Susan Kihika's reactions about this have been aimed at the President.The revelation about Uhuru's billions of shillings in offshore banks has led to exchange of views between blogger Robbert Alai and the senator.Alai has defended President and blamed the Tangatanga politicians for taking Kenyans for fools.Kihika in her reaction has told Alai to stop sanitizing the news that is already out.Their views are as below:
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