What Kenyans Think of Their Jaw-Droppingly Huge Budget

The proposed changes to the VAT law are going to hit consumers the hardest, and economists are saying this is unjustified in light of deeply entrenched corruption, according to the Daily Nation.

Store in Loglogo village, near Marsabit town (file photo)

National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich reads the 2017-2018 Budget speech at Parliament Buildings in Nairobi on March 30, 2017.

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