Speaking at K24 TV today the Mathira member of parliament has put the blame on Increased fuel prices Kieleweke and ODM MP's. According to him, the legislators were whipped into supporting the oppressive increase in fuel prices bill.
According to Gachagua the blame cannot be put on UDA MPs given already Uhuru and Raila numbers are many in Parliament. He opines that handshake is the cause of the trouble that Kenyans face today for they have been working in cahoot to oppress Kenyans.
According to Rigathi Gachagua it's a fact Uhuru Kenyatta has been meeting legislators of ODM and Kieleweke in statehouse to plan against the majority hustlers. He opines that this country is facing trouble given the handshake that has made lives hard here in Kenya.
However it's clear this blame games do not help for Kenyans are clearly suffering. It's a fact that this matters is causing suffering to Kenyans. Time will tell of what will unfold moving into the future for truly we live in interesting times where life is getting harder everyday as leaders continue fighting and trading blames.
Here is a video evidence link:https://youtu.be/hC3caS_vPIE
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