The Azimio Brigade, led by Kalonzo Musyoka, has threatened to return to the streets if the Kenya Kwanza administration goes ahead with the new tax measures....CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

Musyoka asserts that they will mobilize Kenyans to start demonstrations across the country to force Kenya Kwanza to abolish implementations of the Finance Bill, which they argue will increase the price of essential commodities like bread.

“We cannot allow these punitive taxations that are choking Kenyans,” added Kalonzo.

Kalonzo was accompanied by other Azimio leaders, including DAP Kenya leader Eugene Wamalwa, as they attended Sunday church service in Embakasi East Constituency in Nairobi.

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Wamalwa accused the government of disregarding Kenyans who are unable to afford a meal in a day due to the high cost of living.

“The Kenya Kwanza government has no clue about what Kenyans are going through in these hard times economically,” said Wamalwa.

Elsewhere, Narc-K leader Martha Karua, speaking in Nakuru County, also criticized Kenya Kwanza’s proposals in the Finance Bill, which seeks to collect 300 billion shillings more through taxes.

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“This is inhumane by the Kenya Kwanza administration. How on earth do they subject people to this much suffering?” pondered Karua.

As parliament reconvenes this Monday to consider the report on the ouster of Agriculture CS Mithika Linturi, the Azimio leaders want the 11-member committee, which has been considering the removal of the embattled CS and has been burning the midnight oil over the weekend, to come up with a report on whether or not the allegations of Linturi’s involvement in the fake fertilizer scandal have been substantiated so that when the whole house committee debates on the report, they are informed by the evidence and not personal vendetta.

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“If the committee recommends that there was no case to answer, the CS will be let off the hook. But if it finds him at fault, then he will be invited to defend himself before the house, before a vote is taken whereby a majority will have their way,” they said..CONTINUE READING>>

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