Athletics Is the sport of competing in track and field events. It includes running races and various competitions in jumping and throwing.
Kenyans are talented in the field of athletics, thus most candidates participate in running competitions. Their talent has enabled them to earn prestigious trophies, thus making Kenya proud.
According to reports shared by Lemiso Emmanuel Sato, who enjoys a massive social media following, the winner of the ongoing Boston Marathon will be rewarded Kshs 39,097,546.95. "Boston Marathon price for the winner is Kshs 39,097,546.95 The Kenyan government should not be taxing Athletes, they should make them our ambassadors to bring in more business to the country." Lemiso Sato.
In the comment section, many Kenyans were happy to learn that athletics pays a good amount of money. Others pleaded with the government to remove taxation on money earned by athletes in Kenya.
What are your views on this? Is it fair to impose taxes on athletes?
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