Cabinet Administrative Secretary in the Ministry Of Transport And Infrastructure Hon. Wavinya Ndeti has called upon all Kenyans to read the BBI report, understand and take a stand.
Speaking during a burial ceremony at Yathui in Mwala Subcounty, Machakos county, Wavinya said it is important for Kenyans to read and internalize the contents of the report and should not allow the political class to confuse them.
“The BBI report is out and some leaders are out here trying to confuse Kenyans. I urge Kenyans not to allow such leaders to confuse them. Let us all read as individual citizens” Wavinya Said.
The Former Kathiani Member of Parliament also noted some key issues raised in the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report that she said are very important among them being the proposed seven-year tax break for youthful entrepreneurs.
“I have started reading the BBI and have so far noted very important issues like 4-years grace period for HELB loan for our graduates, seven-year tax break for youthful entrepreneurs, creation of ward development fund and also County Revenue allocation increase from the current 15 per cent of the national share to 35 per cent.” She added
Wavinya, who is seeking to be the next Machakos Governor in the 2022 general elections advised youths not to be misused by politicians as agents of chaos urging them to reject such leaders.