Kenya Will Raise Its Debt Ceiling Of Sh9 Trillion Due To Underperforming Tax Collection
By DavTheWriter | self meida writer
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Kenya will raise its debt ceiling of Sh9 trillion to accommodate gaps in its expenditure needs amid underperforming tax collections, the National Treasury has said,confirming reports that emerged from corridors of Parliament early January.
It has indeed been reported that the country needs to perform more on the area of tax collection, so that she may be able to offset her debt and grow her economy.
Kenya is a beautiful country, with good leader but we need the do more in the areas of manufacturing, commerce and industry. So that our country can become a better place, even to our children yet unborn.
We love our country and also wants the best for her, debt will only kill and not make us.
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