‘Hawa ni Wakora tupu!’ Kenyans Expose Murkomen and Sakaja over fuel tax comments

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The controversial fuel tax has continued to elicit different reactions from Kenyan leaders. Yesterday, Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja moved to Twitter to implore President Uhuru Kenyatta to assent the amendment exempting fuel from VAT.

According to Sakaja, the gain in tax revenue is much less than the goodwill of Kenyans in the fight against corruption.

Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen replied to the Tweet reminding Sakaja of how he warned him against inciting Kenyans against President Uhuru Kenyatta during his stance on the controversial Mau evictions.

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Sakaja then replied to the Senate Majority leader saying that there is a difference between the two statements since Murkomen was commenting on what the president had already done.

But Kenyans could have non of it and have accused the two leaders of pulling PR stunts on social media.

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