From his twitter account the ANC party leader commends the move by President Uhuru Kenyatta to accept the recommendations to reduce electricity tariffs by 33%.
Early March 2021 President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta constituted a taskforce on review of Power Purchase agreement.
The taskforce recommended a reduction of electricity by 33% within 4 months from September 29.MR Musalia applauds President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta on accepting the taskforce recommendations to reduce electricity tariffs by 33%. According to him this move will see the prices of goods going down , increase profit margin for manufacturers and ultimately create more jobs for our youths. He went ahead by asking the Government and parliament to move fast and review taxes affecting petroleum products.
Musalia Mudavadi is one of the politicians who are eyeing for the 2022 presidential seat he also served as a vice-president after the death of his father who was the vice president by then, he served for only months.
Mr Musalia says that the move will reduce the cost of production and manufacturing.
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