The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has made a major announcement following the ruling by High Court stopping them from increasing savings from Ksh 200 to Ksh 2000., NSSF wants the ruling appealed at the Court of appeal so that the matter can be achieved as per president Ruto's directive.
Here is a link: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/business/article/2001457874/nssf-to-appeal-court-ruling-barring-rise-in-deductions-to-sh2000
President Ruto has made a commitment that indeed issues the cost of savings must be addressed. President Ruto has affirmed of his commitment to ensure that people saving with NSSF is done according to salary of people.
NSSF is expected to ensure that people contribute to the savings fund according to earnings and not only Ksh 200. The president of Kenya is fully determined to focus on issues that fully matter to the country.
According to President Ruto, he wants government to source for it's own revenue as opposed to engaging in matters borrowing. The president is fully seeking money to fund development and seemingly his target is the government employees.
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