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Raila leads the way in paying taxes

By | June 28th 2011
Prime Minister Raila Odinga is now tax compliant. The prime minister has yielded to public pressure and paid taxes on his salaries and allowances amounting to 3.38million shillings owed to the Kenya revenue authority. The sum covered the prime minister’s tax arrears since September last year following the promulgation of the new constitution. And as KTN’s Muraya Karikuki reports there are more who are yet to walk the talk like the prime minister and many more who are opposed to the constitutional requirement. 
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