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Siaya: Governor Rasanga suspends tax collection for 30 days

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Siaya Governor Cornel Rasanga has suspended tax collection for the next 30 days due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking from the county, Governor Rasanga hinted out the suspension may be extended depending on the progress of the country.

Also suspended in siaya is parking collection at bus parks as vehicles are running losses due to the few number of passengers they ferry.

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He called on people to adhere to curfew imposed by the government saying it is for the better good of the country.

Speaking on coronavirus, the Governor emphasized on the importace of following laid measures by the Ministry of Health.

Currently the Ministry of Health through CS Mutahi Kagwe has confirmed 38 coronavirus infections in the country.

Speaking on Saturday, CS Mutahi Kagwe confirmed seven more new cases as he emphasized on the importance of following the guidelines.

He continued by saying how each and every estate in Nairobi has been touched by the virus at the moment.

Berryl Achieng
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