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Byline: Peter Leftie
The price of kerosene is set to reduce by an extra Sh2 as the government started implementing tax waivers to address the rising of living Thursday.
The government also unveiled a raft of immediate interventions to alleviate the suffering of Kenyans, including raising minimum salaries to workers and rolling out a comprehensive food subsidy program to orphans, the elderly and urban poor.
In an interactive session with journalists, Prime Minister Raila Odinga who was flanked by several Permanent Secretaries announced that the government, through the Energy Regulatory Commission, had reduced profit margins for kerosene by Sh2 per litre, …