“We are working like donkeys and being overtaxed like slaves” Kate actress roars

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Many are times citizens have been complaining of having a difficult life in Kenya since the last general elections. Some celebrities have also been on the front line o advising Kenyans on opening their eyes to avoid being overburdened by politicians.

Kate Actress, famously known as Selina, has also shared her thoughts and urged Kenyans to ran away from hating each other in the name of politicians.

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Through her Instagram account, she said; “Am smiling on the outside but so much is going on in my head, you see, 2017, We called one another names, killed one another, Cyber Bullied one another, did so many things in the name of politics, sijui ‘mtu wetu.

See our lives now ..I hope we see how much these people DONT REALLY CARE ABOUT US! THEY NEVER DID! THEY NEVER WILL! We are the ones working like donkeys and being overtaxed like slaves! 2022, I hope we do better  till then God bless Kenya.”

This comes after musician Gabu also called on Kenyans to be on the lookout concerning the housing levy which had been suggested by the government.

He said; “Fellow Kenyans, taxes upon taxes upon taxes ( for the housing fund levy is a glorified tax) must be rejected, especially in an age where 6 trillion has been looted!

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Let the government recover the 6 trillion that was stolen split it among 45M + Kenyans and contribute to its dumb idea on its own.” He added; “Let’s all say no to this nonsense.”

A notice by the Principal Secretary Housing and Urban Development Charles Hinga states that the employer will also contribute 1.5 percent for each employee.

“Both the employer and the employee shall each contribute 1.5% of the employee’s monthly basic salary, provided that the sum of the total monthly contributions shall not exceed five thousand shillings,” states the directive that came into effect after it was added in the Finance Act 2019.

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