Ahmednasir who is among top lawyers in Kenya today tweeted on his tweeter page that high taxation in Kenya is inevitable because all political parties joined jubilee after handshake, if Kenyans want taxes to be lowered then they should tell all politician who lost last general election to get out of jubilee government and prepare for 2022 elections.
Felix Otieno tweeted, "Pray tell me. What is preventing Jubilee which had a super majority in both houses from bulldozing their way and passing people friendly economic policies like they did the security amendment laws. And Oh it took the odm that you deride to have those nullified by the Courts."
#ABD tweeted, "Correction: High taxation is inevitable because jubilee took huge unviable loans which were stolen, we need a govt with the capacity and will to recover this stolen billions including from proxies like advocates who acted on for & on behalf of this economic pillagers & scavengers."
Daniel Nyagwara tweeted, "So, did opposition legislate borrowing recklessly and increasing tax burdens on Kenyans? Jubilee had numbers and could do whatever they wished after stealing elections. As a Jubilee party diehard, accept ineptitude and elect wisely, morally and patriotically next time SC."
Teddy kiman tweeted, "High taxation is a result of foreign debt & country's non production that led to low economic activities,all as a result of bad curriculum & media that did not teach kenyans how to make, create, produce, manufacture and export. It's decades worth cumulative national miscalculation."
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