On taxes, I reiterate that laws must be framed with the payers in mind
I happen to believe that tax policy is not just a matter to be left to tax consultants, lawyers and judges. Taxation and tax policy are primarily about economics.
Far from seeking to put tax advisers out of business, we have proceeded as if our fiscal laws were drafted to assure the Big Four of eternal prosperity.
My second point is on tax avoidance. No theory can get over the basic truth that unfair taxes inevitably result in the citizenry resorting to avoidance.
The more KRA insists that our international athletes must pay taxes, the more you will see our athletes seeking citizenship of other countries even as they continue training and doing business in Eldoret.
Last week, I commented on the whopping Sh5.6 billion judgment which Mr Justice Isaac Lenaola recently slapped on four Coca Cola bottling plants.