President Uhuru Kenyatta (via Official Gov Spokesman Dr Cyrus Oguna) has today told Kenyans to remain calm over increasing prices of basic commodities such as Unga, petroleum products, Cooking Gas and Electricity among many others adding that in the next two weeks from today things will have fallen into their respective places.
Addressing the nation via a televised media briefing where Uhuru (Cyrus Oguna) sought to clarify that the Covid-19 pandemic, the Russsian-Ukrain war among many other issues have cause the current economic hardship that has made the Kenyan Shilling to lose value in the Global exchange market, the Head of state has openly told Citizens that his Government has now laid down a number of measures that will ensure that no single Kenyan will sleep hungry even as he or she prepares to vote In the upcoming 2022 general election.Also, Cyrus Oguna asked Kenyans to train themselves not to complain every time adding that the Ruling Jubilee Government has done a good job.
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