Reverse cooking gas tax to save the Earth

Cooking gas

A customer buying cooking gas.  

Photo credit: File | Nation Media Group

The government has started the implementation of proposed tax increment on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). The 16 per cent value-added tax has seen the price of a 13kg cylinder of LPG rise from Sh2,250 to a record high of Sh2,610 beginning this month. The implications of the raft of measures that the government took in a bid to address the national debt burden will definitely have a ripple effect.

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