Hon. Kabando Wa Kabando has asked president William Ruto to expand the Kenya GDP by Accompanying the former president Moi Kibaki.
"2003 hotel owners lobbied Kibaki's Treasury; got tax exemptions on all equipment imported for refurbishments. Hotels upgraded, spurring to world-class standards, promoting tourism. Tax base expanded = GDP input. President Ruto can do it 2023 budget for Agribusiness. Where's KFA"? Said Hon. Kabando Wa Kabando.
"I am sincerely looking forward to a date when investors bringing in equipment from overseas for creation of wealth and employment shall not be subjected to VAT tax. Notably, those for agribusiness and value addition".
The former president Moi Kibaki was praised by a section of Kenyans as the best president of the republic of Kenya. How do you think that president William Ruto can expand Kenya's GDP?
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming days if president William Ruto will respond to Kabando Wa Kabando or not.
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