Regarding the unauthorized sale of government stamps, President William Ruto has delivered a stern message to KRA Commissioner General Githii Mburu. The president asserts that the Commissioner General must stop doing this or else he will be forced to enter KRA and take ruthless action against the largest. The president has stated his commitment to ensuring that pressing issues, like how quickly and easily taxes are collected, are resolved. The president is committed to making sure KRA closes loopholes as soon as possible to prevent government taxes from ending up in private hands.
The president wants a proper tax system to be implemented and wants KRA Commissioner General Githii Mburu to be aware of this. The president has stated that nearly 5 million official stamps are being sold illegally to senior KRA employees. President Ruto has made it clear that the Commissioner General Githii Mburu and his colleagues will be fired if KRA doesn't achieve its goals. The president has pledged to work with KRA to provide a fair taxation system for all Kenyans.
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