Kenyatta Asks For 8% Cut in Fuel VAT Price

President Uhuru Kenyatta has given no immediate reason why he declined to sign the Amended Finance Bill 2018, proposed by MPs who want the value added tax increase on petroleum products suspended for two years.



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