President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto has not started his reign on a good note. The president is facing challenges especially on the issue of raising taxes to Kenyans. Many Kenyans had hoped that the president will lower the cost of living first before making any other move, but in vein. The president maintains that taxes will be raised.
An angry president William Samoei Arap Ruto has directed Chief Justice Martha Koome to do the following as he delivered bad news to Kenyans. According to TV47 News Kenya, the president said that he encourages the Judiciary to support the process of government raising taxes, kicking out all people seeking refuge in the Judiciary who have refused to pay taxes.
"President William Ruto: I encourage the Judiciary to support the process of government raising taxes, kicking out all people seeking refuge in the Judiciary who have refused to pay taxes. The Judiciary should not give them save heaven." Tweeted by TV47 News Kenya
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