The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has set its foot at Maasai Mara University yearning to harvest ambassadors who will propagate the good news of tax compliance.
The team led by officials from KRA Headquarters Nairobi with backup from its representatives in Narok County had a lengthy discussion with students. The students who are interested in taxation professionally engaged the officials where their concerns were attended to.
The discussion bore the move to register a students’ society that will champion taxation campaigns and awareness both within the varsity, Narok County and beyond.
Taxation awards, conferences, training among other advancement opportunities are doors that will be opened for Maasai Mara University students and the institution at large.
The Students’ leadership led by Chairman Simo Raphael lauded the trend and urged students to fully harness the chances offered by KRA for their academic and development needs.
The Dean of Students Mr. Mohamed Abdullahi Adan wrapped up the session affirming that the sole agenda of the collaboration with KRA is to catalyze securing attachment and internship openings.