According to the Governor, the Government did not want Kenyans to get wealthy. Hence, multiple measures had been put in place in order to ensure that citizens continued to suffer while a section of the country's elite group lived lavishly.
Mutua, went on to give an illustration of the kind of systems that had been put in place by the Government in order to frustrate it's people.
For instance, the Governor alleged that citizens such as business people had been needlessly suffered because of the Government.
According to Governor Mutua, business people did not have to pay tax levies numerous times. He went on to add that a single business tax levy was enough.
However, increased exploitation was reportedly being carried out by the Government in order to make Kenyans poorer by forcing them to pay taxes they did not have to pay.
"Umaskini umekua kama wimbo Kenya." "There are systems of frustrations that have been designed and put in place to make sure Kenyans continue being poor and the masters continue ruling Kenya." The Governor said.
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