What Kenyans Are Getting in Rotich's U.S.$29,7bn Budget - WATCH

Despite Kenya's heavy debt burden, National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich is outlining new expenditures and taxation measures to fund a Sh3.02 trillion (U.S.$29.7 billion) Budget. Even though this year's Budget is a 4.2% reduction compared to 2018's, taxation of key commodities will still deal a blow to the average Kenyan who is already struggling with inflation.

National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich (file photo).

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