The move to suspend by two more years the introduction of 16% tax on petroleum products effectively shields poor households from a spike in the cost of living.
Reprieve as Parliament Suspends 16% Tax on Fuel
Nairobi News, 30 August 2018
Parliament on Wednesday afternoon voted to suspend by two more years the introduction of 16% tax on petroleum products that was to come into effect on Saturday September 1, 2018. Read more »
MPs Vote to Delay Tax Plan on Fuel
Nation, 29 August 2018
MPs have voted to delay the introduction of 16 per cent tax on petroleum products by two more years, effectively shielding poor household from a spike in the cost of living… Read more »
Cotu Seeks to Halt Fuel Levy as Fares Set to Rise
Nation, 24 August 2018
Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) has started the push to have the National Treasury stop the implementation of tax on petroleum products that will result in the price of… Read more »
Fuel Tax Protesters Vow to Paralyse Traffic Wednesday
Nation, 21 August 2018
A group of motorists has announced plans to paralyse road transport Wednesday while business leaders have warned of a looming surge in the cost of living, as pressure mounts on the… Read more »
Fuel Price Protest - Motorists Told to Leave Cars On Busy Roads for Hours
Nairobi News, 20 August 2018
The Kenyan Motorists Association is calling on all Kenyans who own cars to park them on major roads for three hours on Wednesday morning to protest against the impending increase… Read more »
High Fuel Prices Will Hurt Weak Economy
Nation, 14 August 2018
It is the business of the government to cushion citizens against economic hardships and other adversities. If there was a moment that was critical, it is now. Read more »
Motorists Bear the Brunt of Fuel Pricing Formula Scam
Nation, 13 August 2018
The pain that motorists are experiencing at the pump due to rising costs of fuel is being caused by an opaque pricing formula that is largely benefiting oil marketing companies and… Read more »
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