Kenyans on Twitter have recommended other interesting consumer goods that ought to be subsidised by the government.
Hilarious tweeps wish list include goods and services that have escalated the cost of living in the country.
The recommendations come days after the government in collaboration with millers availed subsidised maize flour to Kenyans.
The subsidy was arrived at after negotiations between the state and millers where the government offered millers cash to allow them mill flour at Sh2, 300 for a 90-kilogramme bag, from the current Sh4, 000.
Here some of the good and services that Kenyans want subsidized as well;
Whose Uncle can check for me if there's a ship hovering huko kwa bahari full of cheap Benga music? GoK subsidy can finish my biashara
— Dan Aceda – Inua (@danaceda) May 17, 2017
This government should also subsidize dowry in Central Kenya. Watu wanaumia
— Wakahare (@mckym) May 19, 2017
Ship ya maziwa na sukari inafika lini?
— Mwongella (@fmwongella) May 18, 2017
Government of Kenya should subsidize college and university fees for all students studying science, technology and maths @Fredmatiangi
— Ndung'u Wainaina (@NdunguWainaina) May 16, 2017
— IG:Sammie general (@SammieGeneral) May 19, 2017
Chai yetu ya waluhya tutasaidika aje…maziwa haishuki!! #SubsidizedUnga
— Pwani Trendsetter (@kubasubrian) May 17, 2017
We are complaining about sugar, maize meal and milk. What about Sukuma wiki, eggs, tomatoes, onions?
Isn't everything over the top!!!
— Linet Nam (@l_namugaya) May 13, 2017