The ongoing price escalation in the country has led some people to start looking at the government in a different way. It even seems as though people got tired of complaining because even social media users got tired of posting about the prices.
Due to all this, Ssenyonyi concluded that the concerns of the government are different.
“The border issue of fuel trucks happened in January. It was resolved but did fuel prices go down? The concerns of the government are different because there are remedies to this economic crisis if you are deliberate. John Maxwell once said, “Everything rises and falls on leadership.”
He says much as everyone is blaming Covid-19 and the Ukraine-Russian war, but it’s not entirely true. Ssenyonyi noted that prices started escalating in November 2021 yet the war started in February 2022.
“Globally, there was an impact of #COVID19 and the Russia-Ukraine war, which everyone is blaming. That war began in February, but food and nonfood item prices started going up in November last year.”
Recently NRM members held a meeting with the President to talk about the issues going on in the country.
However, no definite results have been noted from this meeting because prices are only still escalating each day. As we stand today fuel prices are all above 5000.
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