Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has released a statement on the housing levy that Kenya Kwanza is pushing for. According to Kenya Kwanza, the housing program was one of the agendas during the campaigns, and they must fulfil their promises to Kenyans. Ruto declared that all public servants will be deducted 3% of their salaries for housing levy. According to Housing PS Hinga, employees will pay Ksh2,500.
The senator has said that the plan for Kenyans to own proper housing is an "excellent" move. According to Boni, the government is trying to help Kenyans to own houses and have good housing because of the increase in population throughout the years.
"The intention of helping Kenyans to own a house is excellent because it is futuristic and is an acceptance of the world standard that populations will continue to migrate from rural to urban areas" Boni Khalwale.
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