Today's newspaper headlines: Uhuru's Tenure A Loan Era, IMF Return And Kenya Take Sh264 Billion
By 05_k | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 1 views
IMF return to Kenya's economic policy - making offers sh264 billion loan to the country and attach some conditions
1: Kenyan must start leaving within its means.
2:Government must restructure or privatise parastatals that continue to bleed tge national coffer.
Taxman Eyes share of MCAs' Sh2 million car grant. Promised to them by president Uhuru as a sweetener for their approval of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) bill KRA is salivating for the same. The MCAs are now protesting against the government move to tax the Sh2 Million car grant. If taxed 30% the grant will be reduced to sh1.4 Million which MCAs say is inadequate to buy their choice of vehicles.
New alliance in the making. A new unity pacthas began to take shape ahead of 2022, Ford kenya chair hosted party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo, Gideon in campaigning for his candidate in kabuchai poll. Mp's rais eye brows on how Cs Kariuki paid sh2.3 million for toilets. The mobile unit were to be used for one day in Gilgil. Audit also shows Sicily Kariuki diverted chopper for private errand. UGANDAN.
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