As debate on the Building Bridges Initiative continues, youths also have something to smile on as they will be given a seven year tax holiday for their new businesses should the report be adopted.
The report gives youths priority and vibrant steps to mature in business before being taxed by Kenya Revenue Authority.
“Minimise taxation of new and small businesses by giving them a tax holiday of at least seven years as a support to youth entrepreneurship and job creation,” it says.
The report also gives the president mandate to have a non profitable organisation that will support talent , enhance youth empowerment as well as sports.
The BBI team further urged the government to reduce conflict over national resources distribution by treating all Kenyans as equal.
“This should take into account population, needed investment in health and agriculture, service provision and access to natural resources and livelihood opportunities.” The report reads.