Moses Kuria Claps Back at Gachagua Over Fuel Prices, Insists Prediction Is Based on Science - Breaking Kenya News


Moses Kuria Claps Back at Gachagua Over Fuel Prices, Insists Prediction Is Based on Science


Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua criticised senior government officials for making reckless remarks on the expected increase in fuel prices. How Moses Kuria responded to Gachagua's criticism However, the Trade CS took to his social media page to insist that his predictions were based on science.According to Kuria, the cost of landing fuel stocks for August and September is well-known and scientific. Kuria said his duty as a Trade CS was to advise business based on science and not spiritual truth. "August fuel stocks will land in October. The cost is well known, and it is scientific. September shipments will land in November. Costs are also known. From there, we move to Winter in the US and expected stockpiles. And then the bilateral arrangements between Saudis and Russia on the one side and China and India on the other hand plus ongoing oil cuts. As Minister responsible for Private Sector, mine is to advise business based on science, not truthful voodoo," he said. Why Gachagua was annoyed by Moses Kuria, David Ndii As reported earlier, Gachagua blasted government officials who have been talking down on Kenyans after the recent record-high fuel price hike.  Coming just hours after CS Kuria and the president's economic advisor David Ndii angered Kenyans with their torrents of insensitive tweets and statements, Gachagua said their lack of empathy was uncalled for. Gachagua said leaders who represent the president should exercise caution while addressing Kenyans already distressed by the high cost of living. "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 in the people, the hope for a better tomorrow. 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," Gachagua said.  BY TUKO NEWS   

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