Tax cash is not lost to corruption, Ruto says - 5 months ago, 10 Sep 00:09
Money collected in taxes is being used diligently, Deputy President William Ruto has said.
Speaking at a fundraiser at Gikondi Catholic Parish in Nyeri County yesterday, Mr Ruto said the Jubilee government had a clear vision when making development proposals to Parliament.
“Those claiming that the money being collected in taxes is being lost through corruption are misleading Kenyans. The Jubilee government is capable and responsible about what we intend to do for this country,” he said.
Ruto also said the Jubilee administration had made progress in implementing its development agenda.
“We know our priorities so please respect what we have done in the past five years."
Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwa echoed the DP’s sentiments and said the country could not be governed through conferences and public forums as suggested by the Opposition.
“Kenya is run by the constitutionally recognised insititutions such as the Legislature and Executive. Let President Uhuru (Kenyatta) call the Jubilee MPs ...
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