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Head of KESRA Dr Fred Mugambi has urged policymakers to embrace research and utilise the findings for public decision making to enable Africa realise its fiscal policy goals. Dr. Mugambi, who heads the KRA training school -Kenya School of Revenue Administration (KESRA), said that research should be well done and their findings should not end up in shelves but used as the baseline for making public decisions. “Researches are used to explain situations like trends in economic growth and G.D.P ratios, prove theories and find solutions to problems like illicit financial flows,” said Commissioner Mugambi.

More than 500 tax professionals last week  graduated during the Kenya School of Revenue Administration (KESRA) graduation ceremony held at Bomas of Kenya, Nairobi. The graduands were awarded with certificates and diplomas in various tax courses. About 150 post-graduate and 30 masters graduands will also be conferred with degrees at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) and later Moi Universities, courtesy of the partnerships that the school has with the two higher institutions.

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