Finance Minister Njeru Githae on Thursday read Kenya’s record Sh 1.45 trillion budget.
Githae announced various measured undertaken by the Government to boost economic growth and employment among various sectors of the economy.
Second hand clothes dealers had reason to rejoice following an announcement that Kenya Revenue Authority will reduces charges on the commodities’ import.
Githae said he had directed KRA to revert to the lower charge per container of imported second hand clothes.
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