Today in the evening, the people of Kenya expecially the businessmen have been handed some good news. This came in after reports emerged on a new announcement that the government has made through the deputy president,hon Rigathi Gachagua.
As reported by the NTV News, hon Gachagua has announced that Ruto's Administration will not be closing any business due to tax issues. According to Gachagua, the goverment has opted to negotiation with business owners in case they have difficulties in paying taxes. He said that they will allow business yo continue operating as they solve tax issues through dialogue. This will be good news to Kenyans as they will now be operating without any tax problems.
"Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua says President William Ruto’s administration will not close down businesses over tax disputes with the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA). Using the example of businessman Humphrey Kariuki’s distillery, which was closed down by the agency, Gachagua urged investors to engage in discussion, which he believes is essential for growth." Said the reports.
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