Landlords to pay 30% tax

Tenants kwisha.

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Kama rent yako ni ksh5,000, Nabii amesema ulipe ksh6,500, nahataki mabishano.

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This gava promised to be on the side of walala hoi. This move will hurt them more.

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Its a tax regime ,remember !!

Tumeisha kabisa…i will never invest in real estate again

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Sasa ni wapi investors tutakimbilia? Maybe neighboring countries…kupiga biz gani? Noma sana. Huyu jamaa wetu anachokoza raia…

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:tombweni… tuliwa warn. @Micymas kuja utupe 3d explanation on why this is necessary

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I think the next step sasa ni treasury bonds

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Zakayo Arror amekuwa mwenda wazimu

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Ametufinya makagare in every sector bana

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Hehehehehehe … :grin: :grin:
" …Dynasty Ni Mbaya …!!! …"
" … Hasora Tawara … !!! …"

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Hasora hoyee!

The surest way of destroying the likes of the Kenyattas and other bourgeoisie is thru tax and inflation, the Bourgeoisie will come out limping after 10 years of Ruto, but won’t hold for another 10 yrs of Gachagua, unless something drastic happens.

So you destroy the whole country while trying to destroy Kenyatta?

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Na tuli wa warn

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He’s trying to kill competition to the affordable housing program. Nabii is playing chess.

On a serious note, short of riots and forcefully removing this regime from power, Kenyans need to remove money from official channels (banks and other affiliated institutions) and transact thru hard cash only. No mpesa, none of that ‚Äėconvenience‚Äô. This way, Tutax Ushuru aka JSKS cannot follow transactions to demand for taxes and Kenyans can have their money work for them. We currently have a situation where too much money is being mopped up by government and its crippling commerce since there‚Äôs no circulation.

The government needs more money to hasten development plans. We are fixing the handshake

Dollar ikiwa 170 hiyo tax itapotelea tu kwa expensive oil imports, ama mtatumia stima ambayo iko na dollar tax already?

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