As the Madaraka Day celebrations were going on, Senator Ledama asked Kenyans to read the Finance Bill 2020 and give their comments before it is signed into law. In his statement, Ledama stated that if the bill was passed the price of some basic commodities like electricity was expected to go up by 14%.
“Things are really tough. My appeal to State House Kenya National Assembly Finance Committee Yatani is to explain to Kenyans the real impact of the Finance Bill 2020. Kenyans I beseech you to read the bill and give your comments before it is signed into law,” he stated on Twitter.
His message, however, was not welcomed by Kenyans. Kenyans were bashing him that their opinions did not matter since he would later on go and pledge loyalty to the Party Leader.
Some Kenyans also told him that he was just telling Kenyans on social media and later on go to do what their bosses tell them to do in the name of loyalty.
This comes a few days after Senator Ledama stated that he was loyal to the party leader as the motion to remove the Deputy Speaker was going on in the Senate.
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