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More food protests expected in Kenya

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The move by the Government to cut kerosene and diesel taxes last week is the latest local indicator of an emerging real people power that is sweeping across the developing world.Last Monday, the Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta attempted to subdue a major demonstration that had been planned to protest against excessive fuel prices, which have pushed the cost of food to an all-time high.The Deputy Prime Minister convened a daylong meeting with stakeholders in the energy and financial sectors, after which the Government reduced the tax of kerosene by 30 per cent and diesel by 20 per cent...Do you support the food protests and the walk to work protests in uganda?

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