What RUTO wants, RUTO gets – See what he has done to revive his failed Housing Levy?

 Thursday, February 1, 2024 – President William Ruto may actually have his way over the suspended Housing Levy after all if National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula’s move is anything to go by.

This is after he filed an appeal at the Supreme Court, challenging the recent ruling by the Court of Appeal which upheld the High Court ruling, temporarily halting the collection of the Housing Levy.

The move comes days after Ruto vowed to appeal the court decisions that slapped injunctions on the collection of the Housing Levy and deployment of Kenyan police to Haiti.

"Nairobi Court of Appeal Civil Application No. E577 of 2023 (the "Appellants"), being dissatisfied with the decision of the Court of Appeal (Hon. L. Achode, Hon. J. Mativo & Hon. M. Gachoka (CIA), JJ. A) delivered at Nairobi 26th January 2024, intend to appeal to the Supreme Court of Kenya against the whole of the said Ruling,” read part of the appeal notice.

While delivering their ruling, the three-judge Appellate bench consisting of Justices Lydia Achode, John Mativo, and Mwaniki Gachoka ordered the government to stop collecting the levy as initially ordered by the High Court, citing public interest.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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