Sunday did not go well with Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja who was pushed to a corner after innocently tweeting asking the president to intervene and lower the shocking new fuel rates.
@UKenyatta kindly assent to the Amendment exempting fuel from VAT. #PunguzaBeiYaMafuta the gain in tax revenue is much less than the goodwill of Kenyans in the fight against corruption (where we are losing much more). If anything, we should entirely do away with VAT on fuel.” He tweeted.
Sakaja is well known for always being in support of the less fortunate, a character which has been witnessed severally a recent one being lavishing a church boy’s wedding who was rejected by former fiancee for being broke.
Little did Sakaja know that his innocent tweet to Uhuru Kenyatta will harshly turn against him.