PRESIDENT RUTO REVOKES ORDERS HE MADE ON HIS SWEARING IN DAY
President William Ruto has reportedly revoked an order that he issued on the day he was sworn in as the 5th President of Kenya.
President Ruto on Tuesday ordered the suspension of fuel subsidy, an order that sparked public uproar after Kenyans learnt that the prices of fuel were to shoot up
It has now been reported that William Ruto has decided to suspend the order that revoked the fuel subsidy for at least one month.
The Star’s editor, Eliud Kibii has this evening reported that the order remains suspended for one month so that the country can have time to negotiate with oil multinationals.
With that changes, the fuel prices will remain unchanged for a month until negotiations are concluded.
“President William Ruto’s order to revoke fuel subsidy suspended for a month nth to allow time to negotiate with oil multinationals. Subsidy to remain in place and fuel prices to remain unchanged for a month until negotiations are concluded,” the editor reported.