Counties lose revenue billions after passing contested laws

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The Standard | by Everlyne Kwamboka

Several county governments have failed to raise enough revenue due to legal tussles on by-laws passed without following the right procedure.

This has seen courts rule in favour of those challenging the laws on public interest, leaving the counties to carry the burden of paying lawyers representing them in those cases and losing billions of shillings.

Some of the counties have been reprimanded for introducing taxes contradicting the national finance law…

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