Kenyans Support Activist Omtatah to Take on Govt's Finance Law

Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich and Deputy President William Ruto have vigorously defended President Uhuru Kenyatta's decision to sign the bill into law, while Kenyans are putting their money where their mouths are by fundraising for activist Okiya Omtatah who is suing to declare it unconstitutional and therefore invalid.

Activist Okiya Omtatah at Milimani Law Court.

Kenyan MPs expressed sharp disagreement with the manner in which the vote on the introduction of the fuel tax was conducted.

Deputy President William Ruto.


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