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Respect Kenyans! DP Gachagua to CS Kuria, Dr Ndii after Remarks on Hiked Fuel

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Deputy President Rigathi Gachagia has urged fellow government officials to exercise caution when addressing Kenyans in the wake of an online uproar following remarks by Trade CS Moses Kuria and President Ruto’s Economic advisor Dr. David Ndii on the current high cost of fuel.

In a tweet on Sunday afternoon, the  DP, who jetted back into the country today from Colombia said leaders privileged to have a chance to serve in President Ruto’s administration should not address Kenyans with arrogance, but, they should do so with humility because it is Kenyans who have employed the government.

”You do not address your employer with arrogance. Do so with Humility and Decorum. Kenyans, like the rest of the world, are going through difficult economic times and leaders should address them with Sensitivity and Empathy. Responsible leaders should be sensitive and inspire hope to the People-the Hope for a Better tomorrow,” DP Gachagua said.

”Talking down on the people and demoralising those who look up to them for solutions and a way out of the difficult situation they find themselves in is not good leadership. Please Do not spite the People of Kenya. President Ruto always encourages us to offer Servant Leadership, be humble, and serve with Humility,” he added.

In a video shared online, Trade CS Moses Kuria told off Kenyans who are complaining about fuel prices to drill their own oil wells. In the clip, the CS says the whole world is aware that the prices of crude oil have gone up and it is not a secret.

“Ukishinda umesema bei ya mafuta imeongezeka kutoka asubuhi mpaka jioni, si uchimbe kisima chako?” he said.

Ndii on the other hand in his remarks suggested that Kenya Kwanza’s economic recovery strategy is mere guesswork, with no solid plan from the current administration on how to solve the fuel crisis.


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