High food prices and other commodities are striking the nation, Basic food commodities are sky rocketing in price. With currently 2kg packet of Flour costs more than 200 Kenyan shillings, and Cooking Oil is being sold at a price of Over 400 Kenyan shillings per liter.
Things are getting tougher for Kenyans with some claiming that currently, 1000Ksh is a very small amount. Each opportunity that showcases is taken with no regret. Today Residents of Mombasa Nairobi High way were left with goodies, after a Lorry ferrying milk packets was involved in a minor accident. According to the source, the truck overturned and left packets of milk spreading all over the surrounding.
However, Kenyans saw these as a great opportunity to carry home milk in creation, from photos circulating online various individuals can be seen holding creates, others collecting the packet remains, while the rest of the group carrying what they already collected. Perhaps the milking company is counting losses of an unknown amount.
Kenyans on Facebook have left different comments concerning the incident. Below are some of the comments.
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