Nominated Member of Parliament Hon Millicent Omanga has sadly reacted to the latest move made by the Hon Uhuru Kenyatta led Jubilee administration stating that it is the worst form of economic exploitation that has ever been seen anywhere.
Photo of the Kenya's Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Millicent Omanga has sadly lamented that the Jubilee administration has increased petrol price by Ksh 7.58, diesel and kerosene price has also been increased, a move that according to Millicent Omanga is an economic exploitation.
The vocal Legislator has therefore blasted the government stating that the move is unacceptable.
''Increasing petrol price by Sh7.58 to Sh134.72 per litre in Nairobi, diesel Sh115.60 and kerosene Sh110.82 in monthly review is a record-breaking worst form of economic exploitation never seen anywhere before. Eh! This is unacceptable!'' Nominated Member of Parliament Hon Millicent Omanga stated on her twitter platform.
The following shows what the Member of Parliament stated on her social media platform;
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