Kenyans across the country irregardless of their political affiliation are going through hard economic times.
The cost of living has gone up at a higher rate with basic commodities becoming completely unaffordable.
However, the presen government and the previous one have been blaming the Russian Ukraine war and the effect of the corona virus pandemic.
Azimio la Umoja one Kenya alliance hon Raila Amollo Odinga has left Kenyans much worried after saying that Kenyans should expect for worse to come and prepare for tough days ahead.
Raila who is known to command a large support in the country said that the cost of living will go up significantly since the government has taken the role of importation of basic commodities, a role that was best suited for the private sector.
On the same matter, Raila Odinga demanded the Kenya Kwanza government to introduce subside on basic commodities like sugar, maize and rice so as to cushion Kenyans from internal and external economic pressures.
Raila was speaking during his tour in Githurai, in Kiambu county.
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