Thursday marked the day when President William Ruto made the suggestion to rename the Kenya Revenue Authority.
“We want to make it a people-friendly, customer-centric institution, therefore I think we should rebrand it as The Kenya Revenue Service,” Ruto remarked.
His statement came on Thursday when he formally opened parliament for the 13th occasion.
The President proposed the name change as part of a larger cultural shift to make government more accessible to the public.
He suggests calling it the “Kenya Revenue Service.”
The president promised that his administration would also propose additional tax measures to get the nation back on track.