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Kiraitu on fuel price controls -English

By | October 5th 2011

Kenya could soon be tapping funds from local savings like the national social security fund to finance infrastructure projects if a radical proposal by government becomes reality. President mwai kibaki suggested tapping pension funds for long term financing as one of the ways to pay for new energy infrastructure. Addressing a conference on energy in nairobi, kibaki said kenyans were paying too much for energy, a situation that is not sustainable.

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