In this country, there are over 42 million Kenyan citizens. As time goes by, people die, reducing the population, and also the majority of people fear increasing the family due to the poor economy like providing food for them, paying for school fees, and also there is insufficient land.
According to the source, the new tax proposal encourages Kenyans to get over 3 kids as a way of growing the economy.
The reports from the Safina presidential candidate Jimi wanjigi urged the citizens in Murang'a that a parent who has over 6 children will not be taxed and the one with 3 to add more to get zero taxed.
"Having two kids is not propagating, but it is a replacement since every person will die and the gal will be taken over. So you have to multiply by having three, four, five, and more" Wanjigi stated.
In his campaigns, his strategy became unique from other leaders who encourage to have three children or less complaining that many children exploit the resources. In comparison with other countries like China, he said that the country is developed because it is highly populated.
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