Rift Valley MPs warn government on overtaxing poor Kenyans
SEE ALSO :Rift Valley MPs’ warning to Government“If this Government wants to succeed, they should go back to the drawing board and seek ways of bringing down the cost of living. Failure to do so will make it very unpopular, and this will interfere with its smooth operations,” said Mr Kuttuny. He urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to punish members of his cabinet who let him down, because the same individuals risk disappointing him in the implementation of the Big Four agenda. Keter's take Meanwhile, Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter reminded lawmakers that Kenya had a huge budget deficit with multi-trillion debts to repay and should "stand by Wanjiku over over-taxation". “History will judge us harshly as a membership of the August House if we leave the impunity portrayed by cartels in the name of House leadership to get away with it,” he said in a statement.
SEE ALSO :Has Uhuru Kenyatta betrayed Rift Valley?The legislator asked his colleagues to remain steadfast in their quest for lower taxes even after they failed to veto President Uhuru Kenyatta’s memorandum.