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Majid's Restaurant

Having breakfast in Nakuru courtesy of online business #BudgetKe2019

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Kisumu CBD

#BudgetKe2019 I cannot be in Kisumu and not partake this. Nefer🙅‍♂️

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KENYA: NATIONAL BUDGET 2019-2020 Kenyan government’s budget for the 2019/20 fiscal year was presented the Parliament by Finance Minister Henry Rotich. However, the government’s financial year starts on July 1. On capital gains tax: He proposed the increase rate on capital gains tax from 5 percent to 12.5 percent,” On economic growth: The economy continues to be resilient in the midst of significant global and domestic elements. In 2018 our economy grew by 6.3%, up from 4.9 in the previous year, the growth is the highest to have been recorded for the past 8 years and well above the sub Saharan Africa regional average growth of 3% and global average of 3.6%. “We project growth in 2019 to remain strong at around the same level in 2018,” On budget deficit: In relation to GDP this deficit represents 5.6% a decline from 6.8% in this financial year and 7.4% in the last financial year,” “The fiscal deficit of 5.6% will be financed by net external financing of 324 billion, and net domestic financing of 283.5 billion,” Ke2019 Read More: http://ow.ly/JfHp50uI9Z4

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Route to Food

The Budget does not prioritise public resources, fiscal incentives, and policies for food production. Budgetary allocation for CROP DIVERSITY needs to be focused on food crops. KES 1bn incentives for production of miraa does not promote food security. #BudgetKe2019

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Route to Food

Nairobi, Kenya

Kenya post budget review from a food security perspective, about to kick off. Allocation to agriculture at 2.9% of total voted expenditure, is inadequate and poorly targeted, and cannot lead to the realization of the right to food for Kenyans. #BudgetKe2019

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Standard Digital

Former National Campaign Against Drug Abuse (NACADA) Chairman John Mututho has faulted Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich for hiking alcohol prices. Rotich, while reading the 2019/20 budget statement at parliament on Thursday, increased the excise duty on beer and other alcoholic beverages, cigarettes and tobacco products. Addressing the press in Nakuru, Mututho said hiking the prices of genuine alcohol will encourage production and consumption of cheap illicit brew. “The new policy will promote the use of unsafe traditional brews and the development of harmful counterfeits. I totally disagree with the move to increase duty on alcohol,” said Mututho. Mututho instead recommended the lowering of taxes imposed on approved alcoholic drinks, saying that this will make it more affordable, the end result being gradually killing the consumption of the illicit liquor. He added that though the reduction of prices on approved alcohol will not reduce its consumption, it would reduce the harm caused on the consumers. . . . . #BudgetKE2019

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