In our country, there are thousands of motorists who are hustling everyday to get basic needs such as food, clothes and shelter. Furthermore, some bodaboda riders have been struggling with poor roads especially in rural areas are high fuel prices in the country.According to the source, new details have emerge about compensation to all motorists in the country. Parliament have revealed that , Treasury should compensate Ksh 18.1 billion that they diverted to a Chinese firm that was building standard railway gauge in the country . Furthermore, the parliament want the same amount of money to be used to lower price of the fuels in the country.
These are good news to all because many bodaboda riders have been struggling to buy petroleum after the government increased the prices.
This comes in after Cabinet Fred Matiang'i revealed that the prices of fuel will reduce this week.
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