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"I Will Lower Taxes By 50% And Increase Salaries By 100% When Elected As President" Kabogo Says

As 2022 general elections dress closer, political leaders are putting there houses in order to contest for various political seats in the country. Political bigwigs are also coming up with promises to kenyans if they are elected as heads of state.

Former Kiambu County governor William Kabogo has today delivered good news to kenyans. While talking to Ntv Kenya in an exclusive interview, the former county boss promised to law taxes by 50 percent and increase salaries for civil servants by 100 percent when elected as president.

The former county boss said the nation is well endowed in terms of resources and he will be able to use available resources to better lives of kenyans instead of punishing them with punitive taxes.

Kabogo who is party leader of Tujibebe Wakenya Party is set to run for presidency in the race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta who is serving his second and final term in the office.

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