Fuelmania where are we heading to?

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Fuelmania where are we heading to?

Unread post by mwenye kimilili » Sat May 14, 2011 12:46 pm

Are we really helpless at the mercy of ERC and the petroleum companies?First and fore most the ERC has failed us.we need more practical solutions to this problems,kenyans Think outside the Box! :(

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Re: Fuelmania where are we heading to?

Unread post by DuruzaKuaminika » Sun May 15, 2011 3:52 am

PNU deal brokers are amassing wealth and building 2012 war chest all the at the expense of poor Kenyans.

No one can guarantee that PNU will win in 2012 and thus they want to make hay while the sun shines, ie. steal from Kenyans while Kibaki is president.

The 2012 polls fuelling oil prices

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Re: Fuelmania where are we heading to?

Unread post by SPIdERMaN... » Sun May 15, 2011 4:18 am

We need to start our own walk to work protests campaign enmasse like Besigye in Uganda....the problem is that most poor families in Kenya use the fuel for cooking as kerosene...so you cant walk when you are hungry...

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Re: Fuelmania where are we heading to?

Unread post by DuruzaKuaminika » Sun May 15, 2011 4:33 am

SPIdERMaN... wrote:We need to start our own walk to work protests campaign enmasse like Besigye in Uganda....the problem is that most poor families in Kenya use the fuel for cooking as kerosene...so you cant walk when you are hungry...
Middle class in Kenya would rather watch demonstrations and riots from the comfort of their living rooms. Not many middle class are willing to fold their sleeves and get to protest.

These demos can be very effective if middle class join in na roho moja.

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Re: Fuelmania where are we heading to?

Unread post by Shiela4uXC12 » Thu Jan 26, 2012 3:18 am

middle class people have got the comforts they need
so they will never join the protest

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