The Orange Democratic Party leader Raila Odinga has breathed a sign of relief to Kenyans after the historical rise in the prices of fuel with a whooping increase of Ksh.12 per litre. The move which was announced on Tuesday angered many Kenyans who are already struggling from the Covid-19 effects.
Kenyans and other leaders took to the social media to air their grievances citing that this is too much. Motorists in Nairobi staged demonstrations blocking several roads including the Thika Super Highway, where they demanded urgent interventions for the Government over this issue.
Now the Orange Democratic Party leader Raila Odinga has raised hopes of many Kenyans after he come out to Condemn this increase in fuel terming it as a very bad decision. Odinga said that this has come to worsen the situation of Kenyans warning that this Should be reversed immediately.
"Kenyans who have been struggling to put food on the table since the onset of the pandemic now stand to have their collective plight worsened by the increased fuel prices. The prices should be lowered immediately to cushion the ordinary Wanainchi. " Odinga Wrote.
Kenyans reacted by thanking the Former Prime Minister for coming out boldly to Condemn this. Others told him to go back to the opposition and keep this government in check.
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