The fuel crisis has struck at a particularly inconvenient time for Kenyans, who are already struggling to keep up with growing prices for essentials like cooking oil, bread, and milk. Since then, there have been significant fuel shortages in some sections of the country.
A unique incident was reported in Cheptulu market on the boundary of Nandi and Vihiga counties, according to prominent Kenyan blogger and cyber-activist Robert Alai, in which a guy was spotted transporting the body of a departed loved one to the morgue on a wheelbarrow.
According to reports, the individual was obliged to commit the deed because there was no other way to get around due to a lack of fuel.
"Someone witnessed this man pushing a deceased loved one to the morgue at Cheptulu market on the boundary of Vihiga and Nandi Counties. I sincerely hope that the oil marketers' monkey profits come to an end. Isn't it exciting to see something like this? Marketers of OPEC, "On his Twitter profile, Robert Alai wrote:
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