Kenya Finance Bill 2024

One Hundred and Twenty-First Sovereign Debt News Update: Kenya: Early Dividends of the Gen-Z Revolution

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News: 7.5.2024

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Afronomicslaw Submission on the Kenya Finance Bill 2024

AFRONOMICSLAW SUBMISSION ON THE KENYA FINANCE BILL 2024 

This submission was primarily authored by Cynthia Nona Tamale, Senior Fellow, AfSDJN. 

For further information or queries, contact James Gathii, Co-Convenor of the AfSDJN, at jgathii@luc.edu 

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