Bad News To Unsalaried Kenyans, They May Not Get A Chance To Live In Ruto's Government Houses
Fresh details have continued coming up following what is going viral about plans to build houses by the government. This is a move that will see people get an automatic deduction of 3% of their salaries. However, many people have actually been against this claiming that Ruto is after their money.
PS Hinga Explains How Kenyans Opting Out Of Housing Fund Will Get Their Money Back
Housing Principal Secretary Charles Hinga has continued drumming up support for the controversial housing fund which has been receiving opposition from a number of Kenyans including the workers themselves. Speaking on Monday evening in a local media house, the principal Secretary noted that Kenyans whose money shall have been deducted will be able to get their monies back should they decide to opt out of the fund or incase of retirement.
Ruto's Top Officials Clash Over Controversial Housing Fund, Fresh Details Revealed
PS Charles Hinga while appearing in a local television interview said that he housing levy will be refundable after 7 years but will be taxed. This is contrary to what Majority Leader Kimani Ichung'wah said recently concerning the controversial housing levy. According to Kimani Ichung'wa, Kenyans will be allowed to withdraw their savings with some interest.
" Raila Supported Housing Fund During The Handshake Period " Charles Hinga Reveals
The Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Housing Charles Hinga has wondered of why Raila Odinga is opposed to the idea of housing fund yet he supported it during the handshake period. He is clear that Raila's change of tune can only be because he lost the election to President William Ruto.
" You Supported Housing Fund During Campaigns, I Was With You and I Know" PS Hinga Tells Raila
Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Housing Charles Hinga has castigated the Azimio leader Raila Odinga for opposing the housing fund just because he lost the August 9th polls. According to Hinga, it's obvious that previously he was in Uhuru's Government and Raila was part of the team that fully supported the housing issue.
Vote NO, Githunguri Residents Tells UDA's Gathoni Wamuchomba to Reject Ruto's Tax Proposals
The tax proposals by the Kenya Kwanza administration seems to be falling out of favor on majority of Kenyans who are now opposing it. In the finance bill 2023, the Kenya Kwanza ia proposing several taxes among them an increase in fuel levy to 16% from the current 8%, an introduction of a 15% tax on earnings from digital content creators and the contravarsial 3% tax to finance the affordable housing among others.
"Housing Levy Is Mandatory" William Ruto Sets Record Straight on Controversial Housing Fund
The 5th President of the Republic of Kenya Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto has reiterated that the housing levy is mandatory for all civil servants. This comes after a controversy emerged from his housing fund and finance bill 2023. Different organizations for employees have resisted the bill and housing levy.
President Ruto Beggs Okiya Omtata To Stop His Petition Over 3% Salary Cut.
Sen. Okiya Omtata of Busia was pleaded with by President William Ruto to consider providing work for most jobless Kenyans. Okiya was advised by Ruto to abandon his plans to take the 3% Housing Fund, which aims to reduce staff pay, to court. The senator advised the president to watch out for people in his close circle who were deceiving him.
'No Mercy' Kenyans Mercilessly Troll PS Hinga as He Sweats, Struggles to Explain Ruto's Housing Plan
Kenyans on Twitter, popularly known as KOT, have mercilessly trolled PS Charles Hinga after he appeared to struggle while explaining the proposed 3% housing levy tax. While responding to questions from journalists concerning the contentious Housing Finance Bill 2023, the Housing and Urban Development Principal Secretary Charles Hinga appeared to struggle to explain the plan.
Hustlers Ask Ruto To Give PS Hinga An Award After What He Did To Save His Job
From numerous social media sites and media houses, it is easy to say that the principal secretary for Housing and Urban development has not had a smooth week. This is because PS Charles Hinga has been trending for the better part of the week after attempting to convince Kenyans of an affordable housing plan by the government.
REVEALED: PS Hinga Exposes Raila's Meeting That Birthed The Housing Levy in The Finance Bill
During a media interview, Housing Principal Secretary Charles Hinga revealed that he had welcomed Raila Odinga into his residence in South Africa, where they engaged in a conversation regarding the housing issue in Kenya. It was during this discussion that the idea was conceived. Hinga elaborated on how the leader of the ODM party displayed deep concern and passion for the challenging living conditions faced by Kenyans residing in informal settlements.
Vote NO Githunguri Residents Tells UDA's Gathoni Wamuchomba To Rejects Ruto's Tax Proposals
The majority of Kenyans who are now opposed to the tax ideas made by the Kwanza administration in Kenya seem to be losing interest in them. The Kenya Kwanza is proposing a number of taxes in the finance bill 2023, including a rise in the fuel tax from 8% to 16%, the addition of a 15% tax on the incomes of those who create digital content, and a controversial 3% tax to fund affordable housing, among others.
Its Not Sellable, Ruto Told as Angry Kenyans Flock State House Page to Reject Housing Plans
On Wednesday, Housing Minister Charles Hinga had difficulty addressing Kenyans on the controversial issue of affordable housing funds. This occurred after the PS and spokesperson Hussein Mohamed organized an event at State House to address Kenyans' concerns regarding the 3% Housing Fund that will be deducted from all civil servants' salaries.
Ezekiel Machogu Advice To Teachers On Housing Levy
Journal Report: Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu's Advice to Teachers on Housing Levy. Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has addressed the issue of housing for teachers and emphasized that they will be the primary beneficiaries of the housing initiative. During the laying of the Foundation stone of the Science Complex building at Nairobi School, Machogu highlighted the poor living conditions of many teachers and encouraged them to take advantage of the housing program.
Ruto's CS Sweats Profusely After Being Hitten With Tough Questions About The Proposed Housing Funds
Charles Hinga who is the principal secretary for Housing was yesterday left with a huge task of defending president William Ruto proposed 3 percent deductions on monthly pay to fund the housing project. Hinga found himself at pains to elaborate the controversial housing funds in parliament as he was hit with tough questions that has been lingering in the minds of Kenyans.
What Housing PS Charles Hinga said about funding the project
Principal secretary of state and urban housing management has this day stated that no citizen of the republic of kenya has permit for buying and owning several house within the state. He further added that in Kenya we own one national identity card and therefore this translate to the housing one should own.
FACT CHECK: Was PS Hinga Sweating While Explaining Housing Levy During His State House Presser?
Permanent Secretary for Housing Charles Hinga held a press conference on March 24 to discuss the housing levy proposal. It has come to light that the video of Hinga sweating while trying to explain the housing levy circulating on social media is fake and it was edited. Kenyans found it hilarious to watch an edited video showing Hinga stuttering and sweating as he tried to make his point.
"Stop Forcing Me To Join Your Party" Alai
Kileleshwa member of county assembly Robert Alai has revealed that the housing PS Charles Hinga has been reaching out to him asking him to join their party. In a short tweet Alai shared on his page he asked the PS to stop forcing him to join their party as he is not interested.
"If The Housing Fund Is Mandatory, It Is a Tax" Sifuna Reacts To Ruto's PS On 3% Housing Levy
The introduction of a housing levy by the Kenyan government has ignited a heated debate, with various stakeholders expressing contrasting views on its implementation and implications. Recently, the newly elected Senator for Nairobi City County, Honorable Edwin Sifuna, criticized the Permanent Secretary for Housing, Charles Hinga, accusing him of lying to the Kenyan public regarding Deputy President William Ruto's housing contribution.
MPs Force Hinga to Leave Meeting Over Tough Questions On Housing Fund
The Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Housing Charles Hinga was forced to leave a meeting after tough questions from MPs. The PS was asked to explain of why he wants to forcefully tax Kenyans 3 percent to build houses across the country. Here is a link: https://nation.africa/kenya/news/mps-force-hinga-to-leave-meeting-after-tough-questions-on-housing-4247292