Why Kenyans Think the Proposed Affordable Housing Scheme is a Scam
The Kenya Kwanza government's Affordable Housing fund is controversial. President Ruto has assured Kenyans that the 3% levy each employee will contribute is not a tax but a saving scheme. Kenyans still believe that the levy should not be mandatory. Many people are already struggling with public debt and increased cost of living.
Employers Come To The Defence Of Employees, Says Housing Levy Should Be Voluntary.
Employers Come To The Defence Of Employees, Says Housing Levy Should Be Voluntary. The Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) has insisted that the proposed three percent housing levy should not be mandatory, as President William Ruto has suggested. FKE's Chief Executive Officer, Jacqueline Mugo, stated that the levy should only apply to those who are willing and able to pay it.
Ruto Fires Back At Raila During Today's Event At The Judiciary.
Opposition chief honorable Raila Odinga has landed himself in trouble after President William Ruto has fired back at him barely a day after he addressed the nation through a presser at Serena hotel. Raila together with his team demanded that Ruto's administration should not make any move to increase tax on Kenyans to fund their projects.