The citizens across the country will now start buying valuable items at a high cost following the new tax rule which is enforced by the government to recover the economy which has been affected by the covid-19 pandemic.
According to the reports from the ministry of labour, the items which will be bought at a high price includes basic items like cooking oil, maize flour, soap, sugar and other stuffs that poor kenyans always depends for them to live comfortably. This new tax rule will now lead to kenyans start suffering as they have no money in the pocket due to the lose of job where covid-19 affected many business across the country.
Despite that, the government is now increasing the tax to Kenyans who are also suffering to get little amount of money so that they can feed their children at home. According to the government reports, it is trying to repay the loans which it borrowed for development during the period of covid-19. It is now time for Kenyans to make their decision based on their pocket as life is going to be hard.
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