Lawmakers are assessing the possibility of reducing the state’s taxes on casino revenues in the near future.
Members of the Parliament announced plans to implement a temporary rise in the current tax rate from July 2018 to January 2019.
Entities who are benefited from gambling firms in Kenya will push to stop the government’s 35 percent tax hike.
After rejecting a 50 percent increase in gambling taxes, MPs in Kenya approved a 35 percent rise on gambling companies.
The lawmakers will repeat the vote that would force betting operators to pay a 50 percent tax of gross profits in Kenya.