Foreign Minister Offers Ruto 2 Options to Deal With High Cost of Living, Comments on Finance Bill
( Photo courtesy of President William Ruto and Bangladesh minister during a past event) As Kenya Kwanza's government is finding it difficult to lower the cost of living, a foreign minister has allegedly offered president William Ruto with options on how he can lower the cost of living and make lives of Kenyans better.
Happening Now: Drama In Nairobi As Police Disperse Anti-finance Bill Protestors Using Teargas
Happening right now in the city of Nairobi is that the police has made a quick move to lobby teargas at the anti-finance bill for the year 2023. They had gathered in large numbers with their aim being to urge the government to reconsider their bill. The announcement had been made hours ago by the human rights activist Boniface Mwangi who claimed he had alerted the police that he would lead protests in the city.
Mason Mount could get his dream shirt number at Manchester United under one condition.
Manchester United have been linked with a move for Chelsea star midfielder Mason mount after he expressed his desire to leave Chelsea at the end of this season. Mount current contract with the blue us set to expire at the end of next season. Chelsea have been trying to tie him to a new contract avoid loosing him for free.
HAPPENING NOW: Teargas Lobbed, Activists Arrested as Protests Begin in Nairobi Over Finance Bill
The Finance Bill 2023 has brought with it a lot of debate in the country over the President William Ruto led administration ability to steer the country in the right direction. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. The bill proposes several clauses that will see the increase of taxes in some sectors as well as the introduction of others that have not been there and this has not augured well with some sections of the population.
President Ruto Wins First Round as Court Approves Controversial Finance Bill for Debate
President Ruto Wins First Round as Court Approves Controversial Finance Bill for Debate in Parliament" The Finance Bill has been a hot topic in Kenya, with many citizens expressing concerns over the proposed punitive taxes that could overburden the already struggling economy. However, President Ruto's allies have sealed a deal to push the Bill forward, and the Court has given its approval for it to be tabled before the National Assembly for debating.