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Good News To Kenyans As The Government Suspends Levies On Maize Measure To Lower Unga Price

According to recent press reports, Peter Munya, the cabinet secretary for agriculture, has banned all taxes on the importation of items used to make animal feed and maize.The step is implemented against the backdrop of unsettling unga prices, which are plainly having a negative impact on the national economy.https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid06YvTbsLXsQumk8H9VPf3iv6GTZFDZopov8if4mQdLng7jJDPCNd4cjHmNgUyErFBl&id=100044174242296As of July 1st, 2022, all import taxes on items used to make animal feed and maize have been stopped.

This program aims to reduce the price of animal feed and maize flour throughout the nation for the 90 days before to the following harvest.The new restrictions will aid in accelerating the clearance of trucks at border crossings where significant backups have been seen.

Kenyans all throughout the country have been blaming the current administration for the increased unga costs.

Allegations have been made that the government raised unga prices so the jubilee government could run a campaign using the pricey and in-demand product.

Kenyans are already paying more than 200 shillings for unga, making it difficult for many to make ends meet.

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