Law Society of Kenya (LSK) boss Nelson Havi has taken to social media to air his views and firms take on the recent surge in fuel prices countrywide.
This is after the LSK president, through his twitter handle termed fuel prices as the next frontier where the people's legal battle on good governance, transparency and accountability against parliament and the executive should focus.
In addition,Havi sought for experts who would Problematize the issue so that the law fraternity could commence the legal battle officially.
"Fuel prices is the next frontier where the people’s legal battle on good governance, transparency and accountability against Parliament and the Executive should focus. Where are the experts to problematize the issue in order that we may commence the legal battle."
The hike in fuel prices has affected motorists all over the country leading to several demonstrations in various parts of Kenya as they seek reduction in those prices as soon as possible.
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