JUST IN: UDA Reveals 5 Ways Finance Bill Will Improve Lives of Kenyans, Details
1. CUSHIONS KENYANS FROM IMPROMPTU INCREASE ON COST OF BASIC COMMODITIES: Section 10 of the Excise Duty Act, which allowed the Commissioner General of KRA to make an annual adjustment to the specified rate of excise duty to account for inflation, is proposed for repeal in the Finance Bill.
New Twist as Sources Reveal What Detectives Have Started After Warning Ruto Issued on Friday
Photo of Ruto inside Times Towers, KRA Headquarters. A day after His Excellency the Head of State President William Ruto made a striking accusation, claiming that corrupt employees at the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) are conspiring with tax evaders, detectives have swung into action.
KRA Speaks After Pres Ruto, Boda-Boda Operator Filed Their Return at Times Tower
Kenya Revenue Authority has called upon Kenyans to file their taxes congratulating President William Ruto for filing his taxes. In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that President William Ruto went to KRA offices where filed his taxes in front of the media.
President Ruto Blames KRA Officer For Facilitating Tax Evasion, Promises To Look Into The Issue.
President William Ruto went to the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) offices to submit his yearly returns. The president lamented that certain KRA employees were helping some Kenyans avoid paying taxes while he was there. The president claims KRA has been defaulting on its tax responsibilities due to agency corruption.
Looming KRA Purge As President Ruto Exposes Rot During Times Towers Visit
Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) top bosses face sacking and possible prosecution in a fresh corruption fight at the Times Tower aimed at rooting out rogue officials for defrauding the exchequer hundreds of billions every year. It has been a day to forget for a section of officials situated at the Kenya Revenue Authority in Nairobi following a strong message that President William Ruto has issued to them.
"Tuwache Ukora" Ruto Criticised For Presenting Himself To KRA To File His Tax Returns
As the financial year of 2022/2023 nears it's end, Kenyans have since started the process of filing the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) returns. Today, president William Ruto was accompanied by his Deputy Rigathi Gachagua to Times Tower building that hosts the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) offices where the head of State filed his returns.
Sources Reveal What Detectives Have Been Forced to do After Warning President Ruto Issued on Friday
On Friday, His Excellency the Head of State president William Ruto issued a stern warning while at the Kenya Revenue Authority headquarters in Nairobi. The president who expressed his displeasure at the operations at the high profile offices of the tax man declared that those who have been colluding with high profile business people and other personalities would be wiped.
List of Those Being Targeted by Investigators as President Ruto's Warning Takes Effect
In a strong statement issued on Friday, President William Ruto warned senior officials at the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) who have been involved in colluding with business individuals to evade taxes. The Saturday Standard has learned that investigative agencies are currently focusing their efforts on identifying and dismantling this syndicate, which includes senior managers, board members, and lower-ranking staff within KRA.
Kenyans React After Robert Alai Posted This Photo
Robert Alai who is among famous people on social media in Kenya and one of Azimio LA umoja allies today posted a photo of President William Ruto and deputy president Gachagua as they filed their returns today on his twitter page and wrote that Returns are filed online after you get P9 form from your employer.
Government Drops Major Announcement on KRA, NHIF and NSSF Respectively, Directs Kenyans to Do This.
The Kenyan government has made a momentous announcement on the official Huduma Kenya Facebook page in a ground-breaking initiative meant to streamline administrative processes and improve citizen comfort. Kenyans may now conveniently and effectively access a variety of critical services because they have been persuaded that they are highly valuable individuals.
I Accept To Be Called Zakayo, We Need Need Annual Tax Collectors` Day President Ruto Says.
Rigathi Gachagua and Anthony Mwaura, chairman of the KRA board, joined William Ruto on his trip to Times Tower. The Head of State expressed sorrow that the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has been slow in aiding Kenyans in fulfilling their commitments. A woman from DTD who only gave her name as Muila suggested that President William Ruto create a day specifically dedicated to tax collectors every year.
Looming KRA Cleanup As President Ruto Reveals Corruption During Times Towers Visit
A new anti-corruption drive at the Times Tower is looking to oust corrupt KRA leaders who have been responsible for siphoning off hundreds of millions of dollars from the government coffers annually. Some employees at the Kenya Revenue Authority in Nairobi had a bad day after receiving a stern warning from President William Ruto.
President Ruto's Stern Warning to kenyans on KRA Returns
President Ruto filling KRA Returnso a moment of determination and resolve, President Ruto stood before the gathered staff at the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA). His voice carried a stern tone as he issued a warning, "I will not tolerate any form of corruption or collusion within the KRA.
What Kenyans Told Ruto After Accusing Some KRA Staff Of Facilitating Tax Evasion
The President today made his visit of the KRA headquarters in the morning even as he encouraged Kenyans to be diligent in payment of their taxes. As the leader that he is, the President showed and example by filing his returns ahead of the KRA deadline set for 30th of June.
President William Ruto stamps his Authority at KRA
Corruption, wanton bribe-taking, unwillingness to embrace new technology are some of factors that President William Ruto termed as a stumbling block in collection of taxes in the country. ''Collusion, wanton bribe-taking and general corruption continue to pervade operations of KRA, facilitating tax evasion, massive leakages of potential revenue and inability to meet revenue targets,”
News Just In: President William Ruto Badly Lectures KRA Staff
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has been urged by President William Ruto to cease the pointless drama and foolishness and use technology to collect taxes instead. According to the president, KRA employees have consistently fought new technologies in order to siphon off funds from the government.
“Zakayo": William Ruto Caught on Camera Pocketing KSh 100 Note That was on The Ground in Embu
Title: William Ruto Emphasizes Tax Collection and Free Wi-Fi in Embu Address. In a recent address in Embu, Deputy President William Ruto highlighted the importance of tax collection and the provision of free Wi-Fi across Kenya. During the event, Ruto accepted the nickname "Zakayo" and expressed his support for the proposal to establish a tax collectors' day, similar to the annual taxpayers' day held in October.
President Ruto responds to a staff who asked him of having a tax collectors day at state house.
Earlier today while the Head of state Dr.Ruto was filling returns at the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) headquarters in Nairobi, a KRA staff by the name Muila asked him of having a tax collector's day at state house since we usually have a taxpayers day in October.
President Ruto Issues Stern Warning to Tax Evasion Facilitators at KRA.
In a surprising move, President William Ruto made a visit to the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) offices at Times Tower in Nairobi on Friday, May 26, where he expressed concerns about corruption and tax evasion within the organization. Addressing the KRA staff, Ruto accused some employees of colluding with Kenyans to evade taxes, tarnishing the authority's reputation and undermining its duty to collect revenue.
Ruto warns corrupt KRA employees
President William Ruto has issued a stern warning to certain employees of the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) who are allegedly involved in colluding with citizens to evade taxes. During his visit to the KRA offices at Times Tower in Nairobi on Friday, May 26, Ruto expressed his concerns regarding corruption within the authority and its impact on its core responsibilities.