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"I Will Lower the Taxes If Am Elected the President," Says Mudavadi

Campaign bells are ringing louder as leaders traverse calmly selling out their manifestos to the public after BBI politics rest till August for its' final judgement.

On Sunday aspiring Nairobi top seat and now senator Johnson Sakaja and Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi who is also aspiring for the top seat were at Nakuru.

The two leaders called on the government to lower taxes for the poor wananchi who are going through harshly times, Sakaja called increase in tax a bad idea saying it will decrease compliance and increase corruption while Amani leader said if he will be elected to become the president his government will get rid of public resource wastage by institutions and mercilessly fight corruption till the last man, he will not entertain few who steal from public and hinder development agendas.

The two urge the government to revisit the LPG effected tax early this month as this affect the least poor citizen.

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