The President, William Ruto was today in trouble as angry netizens bashed him for his latest words during a press briefing he was giving earlier today.
"Acheni Utapeli", were his exacts words directed to Kenyans who are employed and were opposing the housing levy. According to the president, it is mandatory for all Kenyans who are employed to pay the 3% house levy.
Kenyans were however not happy with his words, " Uhuru Kenyatta cautioned Kenyans during the toughest time especially the working community by introducing tax reliefs and paying salaries in full, teachers can bear me witness, his one wants to finish off the working class. Just imagine it was him as president by then?" Commented Daniel.
In his first term, many Kenyans even those who voted for Kenya Kwanza have not been impressed with how president Ruto has been running things especially when it came to tax.
Do you think everyone should be forced to pay the house levy?
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