Kenyans have remarkably filled their returns and KRA is thankful for the cooperation , but the Goliath called tax evasion is still standing .
In Early June 2022 the Kenya Revenue Authority issued a directive that their officials will be wearing body cams to avoid bribery and any form of cheating. A number of KRA staff have been dismissed as a result of making alterations on tax returns.
Installing of cameras to enable video surveillance on airports and depots .The Kenya Revenue Authority believes this will help in catching tax evaders as it has lost over Ksh 11 billion every year.
The Authority had surpassed its target of the financial year of 2021/2022 after collecting over 970 billion which was set by the treasury and raised it by over 2 billion shillings.
According to Nikhil Hira a partner of kodi Hira ,the consistent achievements of KRA over the years is as a result of not aiming for high results. The target set by the treasury was low ,hence KRA found it easy to achieve them.