Opposition leader Raila Odinga nitroglycerin ointment 0.2. get medication next day online . crestor 10mg. Brand Cialis online, dapoxetine without prescription. yesterday hosted 2017 Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Peter Kenneth where they discussed issues concerning the rising cost of fuel following the directive by Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich on the 16 percent VAT on Petroleum Products.
In a tweet, Odinga said there is legitimate concern that the rising cost of fuel will touch all other areas and could cause food inflation and demands for pay by workers, thereby hurting employers. The former PM however said the challenge the country is facing now is to find ways of balancing between the need to raise money to run the country while protecting the vulnerable members of society.
Odinga at the same time, maintained that a way out has to be found. On his Twitter handle, the former Gatanga MP said he gave his views on how to lower other fuel taxes to leverage and maintain status quo before an increase to avoid inflation. The two leaders reportedly discussed the progress of the Building Bridges Initiative and the on-going war on corruption, which is a key component of the handshake deal with President Uhuru Kenyatta.