The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua have come up with many policies and some of them are becoming poison to countries economy. President William Ruto has left KRA Officers in Dilemma as they are unable to make any helpful decisions. According to this morning news,
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) faces a legal dilemma in the wake of President William Ruto’s directive to the taxman to go slow on issuing distress orders that trigger asset seizures of suspected tax evaders. President William Ruto Ruto has asked the KRA to desist from seizing the assets of suspected tax evaders and disabling businesses through forcible occupations and blockade of bank accounts.
This has effectively weakened the KRA’s hand in enforcing sections of the Tax Procedures Act, especially on the distress order. KRA boss stated. This decision comes as ODPP is on spot for dropping corruption cases too.
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