Commissioner Domestic Taxes Roundtable with AGOK

In a significant meeting aimed at fostering collaboration and understanding between the government and the gaming industry, Ms. Esther Wahome, the Deputy Commissioner for Policy and Tax Advisory, convened with delegates from the Association of Gaming Operators Kenya (AGOK). The roundtable discussion, held at [Event Location], on [Event Date], was a pivotal moment for both parties to engage in constructive dialogue about the gaming industry’s regulatory and tax environment in Kenya.

Ms. Esther Wahome, seated at the center of the gathering, led the discussion with a focus on the current tax policies affecting the gaming industry. Her expertise and insights into the nuances of tax advisory and policy-making provided a valuable perspective for the attendees. The roundtable served as an open forum for addressing key issues, sharing ideas, and exploring potential areas for policy improvement and cooperation.

Representatives from AGOK, comprising senior members and stakeholders of the gaming industry, brought to the table their concerns, experiences, and suggestions regarding the operational challenges faced due to the existing tax framework. The delegates emphasized the need for a fair, transparent, and conducive tax environment that would not only ensure compliance but also encourage the growth and sustainability of the gaming sector in Kenya.

The event was marked by a spirit of mutual respect and understanding, with both sides acknowledging the importance of the gaming industry as a significant contributor to the country’s economy. Discussions also touched upon the social responsibilities of gaming operators and the importance of maintaining ethical and responsible gaming practices.

Smart City Cultural Council 2019 Grants

Key outcomes of the roundtable included a commitment to ongoing dialogue, the exploration of more balanced tax policies, and a shared goal of ensuring the gaming industry’s growth aligns with national economic and social objectives.

This roundtable meeting with Ms. Esther Wahome and AGOK delegates signifies a positive step towards more collaborative efforts between the Kenyan government and the gaming industry, paving the way for future engagements that will benefit the industry and the country at large.

If you are interested in joining, just send a letter stating your interests and any experience with arts and culture to the Select Board, Town Hall, 71 Mt. Vernon Street. Please include your daytime telephone number and email address .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *