Esther Passaris Attacked By Kenyans For Voting For The Fuel Tax - DAILY UPDATES

Esther Passaris Attacked By Kenyans For Voting For The Fuel Tax


Esther Passaris AttackedThe irony of someone who got into public office by claiming she lit up Nairobi streets supporting a bill that will make it even harder for those streetlights to stay on because of the impending rise in electricity bills.  By choosing not to attend the parliament session on Thursday and instead travel abroad, the Nairobi City County women representative Esther Passaris directly contributed to the passing of Uhuru Kenyatta's proposals that will see Kenyans bear the burden of over-taxation.By Kenyans For Voting For The Fuel Tax

The irony of someone who got into public office by claiming she lit up Nairobi streets supporting a bill that will make it even harder for those streetlights to stay on because of the impending rise in electricity bills.
By choosing not to attend the parliament session on Thursday and instead travel abroad, the Nairobi City County women representative Esther Passaris directly contributed to the passing of Uhuru Kenyatta's proposals that will see Kenyans bear the burden of over-taxation.
She took to Twitter to say that her stand was that there should be 0% VAT on fuel products. She even suggested that the vote had been predetermined and her presence in the house would not have helped much with the situation.
Kenyans were not convinced with her explanations and many put her to task on why she conveniently decided to travel out of the country on the day of the vote.









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