Musalia Mudavadi,the ANC party leader have said that the retiring government has resorted to scorched earth tax policies . Punitive heavy taxation is applied in anything from airtime to fuel, electricity and manufacturing,he also asked if Kenyans should really but imported maize, tomatoes and products that can be produced in the country.
"The retiring government has resorted to scorched earth tax policies, from airtime to fuel, electricity and manufacturing.Should Kenya really import maize, potatoes and other products we can produce,"Musalia Mudavadi said.
ANC party leader, Musalia Mudavadi, said that the dignity of the people of Kenya has been eroded.He said that fuliza has turned Kenya into a bad society,he ended his statement saying, tusidanganyane kwa ground ni mbaya.
"In this environment the dignity of the Kenyan people has been eroded,state fuliza has turned Kenya into a bad society, Kenya fuliza 1.2 million daily. Kwa hivyo tusidanganyane kwa ground ni mbaya,"Musalia Mudavadi said.
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