Boda Boda
John Njoroge | Nation Media Group

Bread, boda-boda prices up in Uhuru’s last budget

What you need to know:

  • Yatani seeking to change the VAT Act to give him powers to introduce regulations without the need for Parliament’s approval.
  • CS walks a tight rope entailing revival of the economy and raising taxes to finance the President’s legacy projects.

Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani wants unfettered powers to set Value Added Tax (VAT) without the need to seek Parliament’s approval. 

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