Having SEX in Nairobi hotels to get more costly as MIKE SONKO introduces ‘Bed Levy’

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - Randy men in Nairobi will now dig deeper into their pockets to get some after the Nairobi County Government announced plans to introduce a new tax for every bed in hotels operating in the city.

The new fee, dubbed city bed-occupancy levy’ will be effective from next month after census to determine the number of beds in the hotels.

Charles Kerich, who is the Finance and Economic Planning Executive made these revelations while reading the 2019/2020 Fiancé Bill highlights on Tuesday.

 “To improve service delivery, I shall be proposing to amend the relevant laws to introduce a city bed occupancy levy.”

“We have our proposal but we will have to meet with the MCAs to agree on a charge,” said Mr. Kerich.

On the same breath, Mr, Kerich also announced that daily parking fees will be increased from the current Sh200, a figure that he blamed for the drastic decrease in the county’s revenue collections.

The new levies are intended to raise Ksh17.32B in internal revenue for the capital.

The County collected slightly over Ksh10B in internal revenue in the 2018/2019 financial year, missing its Ksh15B target.


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