Photo : (Courtesy) Musalia Mudavadi, Prime Cabinet Secretary.
Musalia Mudavadi is one of the longest serving politician in Kenya. He worked as a member of parliament for Sabathia constituency, minister for Roads and Transport and also as minister for finance. He also became the country's Vice President in 2002. He is currently the Prime Cabinet Secretary in President William Ruto's administration.
Today, CS Musalia Mudavadi revealed some of his achievements in the finance docket which are still of impact upto date. While speaking during an interview with Tv47 on twitter, Musalia said that he brought laws leading to formation of Kenya Revenue Authority.
He further said that he formulated the Retirement Benefits program that covers pension of all workers in the government, fronted laws to allow Central Bank Governor serves for only two terms.
He also revealed that during his tenure in the ministry, he introduced the idea of trade liberalisation where giant companies like Safaricom invested in the country.
Here is the link to watch the video. https://twitter.com/tv47ke/status/1598354031679864835?t=4cKp_2z7-VpvRyVNBIbIIQ&s=19
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