Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi,on September 15,took to his social media accounts to complain on the increased fuel prices by the EPRA.Whereby in his statement said that,he accused the government of burdening the common man especially this hard economic times.Adding that the cost of production has gone up as a result of hiked fuel prices.
While on the other hand, Kenyans are mad at him.Questioning him why he didn't oppose earlier the bill that passed in parliament, concerning the fuel prices changes each month.Adding that he was in the same government dining with the same people who hiked the priced.Thus,he should stop fooling Kenyans, because already the new prices are at work and no way they can be reversed. Adding that he is only barking to be seen as though he feels the pain of the people.
Other kenyns are wondering whether Musalia doesn't meet with the government officials. Adding that he should speak to them physically to address the issue instead of writing on social media.
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