Over 400 workers risk losing their jobs in Keroche Breweries tax dispute

    tabitha karanja, MD Keroche Breweries

    Keroche Breweries is mulling laying off more than 400 staff after the company was closed by Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA).

    The company was shut down on May 15, 2022, after defaulting on an earlier agreed plan to repay tax arrears of Sh30 million.

    According to the company CEO Tabitha Karanja, KRA’s move to shutdown Keroche breweries was politically motivated.

    SOURCEThe Star
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