President William Ruto’s allies have continued serving former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s salvos of accusations of tax evasion.
This comes a day after Uhuru fought back accusations that his firms have not been paying taxes in a bid to raise Kenya’s tax to sh2.14 trillion in the financial year ending June next year.
Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei Tuesday filed a proposal at the Senate to amend the Act that exempts Jomo Kenyatta and Moi’s families from estate duty levy.
“This section should be replaced by inserting the following words “that this section shall not apply to the disabled, minorities and marginalised as provided by the relevant law,” reads the letter in parts.
In other news, police Tuesday evening arrested six teachers in Kisii in connection to a viral video where pupils are seen engaging in indecent acts.
In the video, the teachers were filming the young boys as they discussed in the local dialect. The video was traced to Itumbe Dok primary school in Nyamache sub-county.
Sub-county police boss Kipkemoi Kipkulei said he is already consulting with education officials before charges are preferred on the suspects.
Meanwhile, here are stories making headlines on Opera News today;
ODM MP Notices Suspicious Thing Uhuru Did on Ruto’s Swearing-in Day, Warns Azimio
Saboti Member of Parliament Caleb Amisi has now given what he believes is the biggest indication that former President Uhuru Kenyatta was never really with Azimio La Umoja leader Raila Odinga.
Despite backing Raila’s presidential bid last year, and even going against his Mt Kenya region to endorse someone considered unwanted there, Uhuru is still having it hard convincing some Raila allies that he was sincere in his backing for the former Premier.
Nakuru Woman Who Gave Birth to 5 Babies Gifted Goodies by Bahati MP: “Blessing from God”
Children are a blessing from God but sometimes the gift can be overwhelming when one does not have enough resources.
The woman who gave birth to quintuplets has been gifted some goodies by Bahati Member of Parliament (MP) Irene Njoki.
Three Kenyatta Family Firms That Are Putting Uhuru At Loggerheads With The Ruto Govt Over Taxes
Three companies and firms associated with the Kenyatta family have been revealed as putting former President Uhuru at loggerheads with the current administration. The three firms are Brookside dairy Limited, which is one of East Africa’s largest milk processors. Another firm is Enke Investment Limited and the merger of NIC bank and CBA. This is as revealed by senator John Methu of Nyandarua.
The former President has been accused of tax evasion, a reason they say is why he is seemingly sponsoring the anti-government rallies. The rallies have been carried out by the Azimio brigade in Raila Odinga, Martha Karua and Kalonzo Musyoka.