Times are tough for a majority of Kenyans at the moment. The prices of basic commodities such as Maize flour and milk have soared beyond the reach of many ordinary Kenyans.
This despite a promise by Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich that the prices of a two-kilogramme maize flour would go down last month to Sh115 from a record high of Sh153.
However, millers are yet to pass on to consumers the benefits of tax relief granted to them by the Government.
As a result, drastic measures are being taken everywhere to cope with the difficult times.
One such measure was taken by a hotel in Nairobi as its management announced with a poster that the popular Ugali sosa has been suspended.
On a sidenote, it appears people are so hungry and frustrated they could care less about grammar.