The former prime minister Raila odinga made western region tour yesterday in the company of politicians allied to him. The opposition leader was accompanied by Kakamega governor Wycliffe oparanya as he made a grand entry to Bungoma county. He was received by a massive crowd that cheered him as he made his stopover to addres the locals.
However, while at the middle of his speech Raila received chants from the crowd demanding about the issue of fuel prices. The crowd unanimously chanted to the former prime minister mentioning fuel. He was forced to cut his speech short to respond to the demands of the crowd.
In his response,the former prime minister told the crowd that the fuel prices will fall in the coming week. This's the second time that the opposition leader gave the answer to this question after giving the same response in his last weeks Mt Kenya region tour where he assured the residents that the fuel prices will fall from next week
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