By Winnie M
Before you come up with this phrase “I’ll not oppose the President on imposing an 8% VAT on fuel”. Think. Think again. It’s actually stopped being a NASA or Jubilee affair. In whichever industry or political party you’re in, the economy is biting ALL hard. For the last coupla months, you notice cash flow has been in a pickle. Whether real or virtual movement. It’s been crazy.
These Taxes we pay, I’m not sure whether they’re addressing the issue of inequality and generally leading to adequate revenue. Looking at where we are now, there is no increased prosperity, no investment in new capital, no implementation of new production techniques, no nothing. Hence no growth.
For my NASA comrades who are trying to vex Jubilee voters by boycotting the so called upcoming protests on 8% VAT on fuel products, you should know that you’re in fact helping Uhuru drive his parochial agenda. Have you seen Raila oppose Uhuru for the last few months? Uhuru successfully managed to subjugate the opposition and now we can just ‘happily’ live in the spirit of handshake. What I’m saying is, let’s rise up and look at things even-handedly. It’s no longer about parties because “they’re one” anyway. By the way, when you fail to protest, or approve those bogus VAT recommendations in the name of inflaming Jubilee supporters, you’re doing lots of zero work. That’s what Uhuru wanted.
Members of Parliament in Kenya are impotent, incompetent and useless.
With all the threats and ultimatums they were giving Government they have all succumbed after the so called PG meetings.
What a useless system.
The reason for succumbing is they were told CDF will be scrapped off.
Kenyans you’re alone on this.
The only option is we take to the streets, whenever you see an MPs car stone it all sides.