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.
Kenyatta Proposes Fuel VAT Cut to 8%
Nation, 14 September 2018
President Uhuru Kenyatta has proposed a fuel tax cut from 16 to eight per cent, meaning the price of petrol will drop from Sh127 to Sh118 and that of diesel from Sh115 to Sh107. Read more »
Higher Fuel Tax to Stay as President Kenyatta Rejects Bill
Capital FM, 14 September 2018
Kenyans will continue paying the 16 per cent Value Added Tax (VAT) on fuel products after President Uhuru Kenyatta rejected the Amended Finance Bill 2018 presented to him by… Read more »
Kenyatta Rejects Bill That Would Have Lowered Fuel Prices
Nairobi News, 14 September 2018
President Uhuru on Thursday evening rejected the Finance Bill 2018 which Kenyans had keenly been waiting for. Read more »
Anger, Praise as Uhuru Kenyatta Tackles VAT Dilemma
President Uhuru Kenyatta is today expected to address the nation on the state of economy after he rejected the Finance Bill 2018 on Thursday night. Read more »
Jubilee Voter Goes Viral With 'Uhuruto Tano Tena' Regret Amid Fuel Tax Pain
A Jubilee supporter has gone viral online for publicly expressing his regrets for campaigning and voting for Uhuru Kenyatta and his running mate William Ruto in the 2017 elections. Read more »
Kenyatta Faces Angry Nation Today Over Fuel Prices
President Uhuru Kenyatta will face a disillusioned lot during an address to the nation today (Friday), as he tries to pacify Kenyans and explain why he rejected a Bill that would… Read more »
Kenyatta Rejects Finance Bill, Fuel Remains at Same Price
Nation, 13 September 2018
Higher Fuel Prices Remain as Kenyatta Rejects Finance Bill
Parliament was last evening recalled hours after President Uhuru Kenyatta received a bill seeking the postponement of the imposition of 16 percent VAT on fuel. Read more »
Fuel Tax Decision Looms as Kenyatta Receives Finance Bill
The Finance Bill seeking to suspend implementation of 16 per cent VAT on petroleum products was Thursday presented to President Uhuru Kenyatta. Read more »
Kenyatta Receives Finance Bill, to Decide Fate of Fuel Tax
With the rise in international crude prices in August and the 16% Value Added Tax still in limbo but in force, the Energy Regulatory Commission may not have good news for Kenyans. ... Read more »
Kenyans are eagerly waiting for President Uhuru Kenyatta to suspend the tax that led to the countrywide fuel crisis. Now Kenyatta faces a hard decision - approve the controversial ... Read more »
The fuel crisis has been blamed on oil marketers who refused to restock the all-important commodity in protest of VAT increase on petroleum products. President Uhuru Kenyatta has ... Read more »
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