"On Fuel Tax, Kenyans want to hang Cyrus Oguna Yet it’s MPs Who Decide Taxes," Donald Kipkorir Fumes
By Cal.com | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 0 views
Prominent lawyer Donald Kipkorir has come out to reveal that the Members of Parliament are responsible for The increase in prices of fuel across the country.
He noted that Kenyans blindly accuse the government spokesman Cyrus Oguna without the knowledge that the Members of Parliament are the leaders who decide on whether the taxes will go up or down.
'Kenyans love bullying . When it comes to fuel tax, they want to hang miserable Cyrus Oguna when it’s MPs who decide what taxes go up or go down . But when election time comes, Kenya voters elect the biggest thieves, corrupt & social misfits who have no desire to fix our taxes." A statement by Donald Kipkorir.
His statements comes at a time when the fuel prices were drastically increased contrary to the expectations of many Kenyans.
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