ODM Nominated member of Parliament John mbadi on Thursday morning reiterated the opposition's stance concerning the financial bill 2023 which is being proposed by the Kenya kwanza administration.
Speaking to citizen TV, the mp said he will make sure it doesn't see the light of day because the taxes are Punitive.
There was a light moment when the Former Suba Member Of Parliament said that he didn't know that he would be an MP.
Asked by the moderator of the talkshow Trevor ombija on what he would be,he said he would be a CS in Raila Odinga's government sending ombija and the fellow panelist Ekuru Oukot into a prolonged laughter live on Air.
He however said he appreciates the fact that he got the nomination and became an MP vowing to make good use of it for the benefit of kenyans.
"I didn’t know that I would be in the 13th Parliament, but I am thankful to be a Member of Parliament ", said mbadi.
@TrevorOmbija: Where did you think you’d be?
"A Cabinet Secretary in Raila Odinga’s government", added mbadi sending Oukot and Trevor into Stitches.
On his part, Dr Ekuru oukot joined mbadi in Condemning the government for the tax proposals especially the 3 percent house levy saying they are not informed by research.
"The decision-making policy of this government is not informed by research. It doesn’t make sense to slap Kenyans with 3% housing levy; its formula is haphazard and unenforceable. I don’t see efficiency and equity in the Finance Bill 2023", said Dr Ekuru.
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