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Thursday, 13 September 2018

Breaking:Uhuru Kenyatta rejects finance bill 2018 and what is means to current fuel prices

President Uhuru Kenyatta has rejected the Finance Bill 2018 that Kenyans have been waiting with bated breath.
Many kenyans have been asking what this means to the country.
Uhuru has rejected Finance Tax Bill amendment 2018 ? So 16% VAT on fuel products remains???

Those are some of the questions in Kenyan minds.
Kenyans will now have to face tough times ahead after Uhuru Kenyatta rejected the finance bill 2018.
This means that fuel prices will remain increased as they are now.
Cost of living is also expected to rise .
If Uhuru Kenyatta had signed the bill , The current fuel prices could have remained the same until 2020.

Uhuru sends bill back to parliament. This means new tax on fuel stays put.

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