SAKAJA antagonizes Kenyans with his message to UHURU over increase in fuel prices - Stop the hypocrisy.

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Sunday, September 02, 2018 - Nairobi Senator, Johnson Sakaja, has found himself in a tight spot over his views on the 16% VAT on fuel that has seen fuel prices go through the roof.

The new tax plan came into effect from September 1st despite an attempt by MPs through Parliament to postpone its implementation until 2020.

This has sparked outrage among Kenyans who are already grappling with the high cost of living.

Sakaja took to twitter to call on President Uhuru to intervene but Kenyans dismissed him calling out his hypocrisy because he was an MP when the law was enacted.

Others told him to talk to the President directly instead of using the matter for…

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