President William Ruto has urged the Judiciary to stop tax evaders from seeking asylum in court. According to the president, all criminals who evade taxes must face justice for it's a fact that government is focused on increasing revenue through taxes.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Kenyans/status/1599701570131722240?s=20&t=9RAyzdWA4AFTwyZaSp1bLw
The president is clear that some people do not pay taxes and they instead seek refuge in court when confronted. According to the president, he wants to partner with Judiciary to ensure criminals are pushed through the justice system.
The president is confident that the rule of law remains overly supreme but criminal who are known must never have their way. The president is clear that those who will be caught engaging in criminal activities must face the law.
This is just the clearest confirmation that those who will fail to pay taxes under Ruto's administration will obviously have a rough time. Kenyans are focused and keen to see the rule of law succeeding because it's supreme but not courts helping criminals.
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