How will Kenyans pay taxes to a company belonging to two individuals- Junet.
Suna East Members of parliament has posed a question, this comes after Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, remarked that The country is a big company and those with many shares will benefit more.
Gachagua added that the government is likely to cater for those who voted for them first, because they have major shares compared to those who did not vote for them.
This has raised disquiet with Kenyans arguing that regardless of who they voted in, they still pay their taxes as the government pertains.
Junet posed,”If The Goverment of the Rublic of kenya has become a company with shareholders then How will all Kenyans pay TAXES to a comoany belonging to two individuals.”
His sentiments have also raised reactions from various netizens who aired their grievances on the state of affairs currently.
One tweep wrote,”We chose to give power to a band of thieves…..and people who lie using the Bible every Sunday…. people who blame UHURU AND RAILA every other day like they are in government, throwing pity parties all over. UHURU told us we will regret na bado.. continue suffering with PRIDE.”
The government critic wrote,”Dear President William Ruto, the first people to befriend are the poor people at the ground by being reasonable with their needs.Even if you lure all azimio MPs to Kenya Kwanza you will still fail plainly with them.Raila Odinga or Junet will not be your enemy but Poor People will.”