State Blames Ukrainian War For High Product Prices

State Blames Ukrainian War For High Product Prices

Hustling is a technique of not just gaining money, but also of reducing wasteful expenditure. Why go to all the bother of earning money only to throw it away on frivolous items?

Without a doubt, Kenyans will have a rough year in 2022. The economy was starting to recover from  Covid-19’s economic consequences, but growing prices will push us to change our spending patterns. The general election in August 2022 will add to the uncertainties. Investors frequently postpone important business decisions until the election results are known. This indicates that the economy will be in limbo at least until 2023.

Imported goods such as gasoline, gas, fertilizers, wheat, and metals are already seeing price increases as a result of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Nobody knows how long the conflict will endure, but no one can deny that it will have an economic impact on everyone.