Parliament of Kenya.Lawmakers in Kenya are calling for increased regulation and standardization of uniform prices for goods and services across counties.
They are proposing that establishing different colors for each county can help people easily identify prices and keep them from being misled.
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The proposals generates Hon.Gathoni Wamuchomba from Githunguri constituency.
She seeks ministry of education to direct every county to adopt the policy of ensuring they develop specific colours with stand prices.
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The aim of this policy is to ensure that prices remain fair and transparent, regardless of geographical location.
The policy is expected to bring multiple benefits to consumers, businesses, and the economy.
It would make it easier to understand pricing, while businesses could benefit from improved competition and increased transparency.
Furthermore, it could lead to increased market efficiency and reduced transaction costs.
In addition, this policy could help protect consumers from fraudulent, misleading, or deceptive pricing practices.
It could also help ensure that businesses, regardless of their size, are subject to the same pricing regulations.
Overall, the standardization of prices with different colors for each county could bring multiple benefits to Kenya’s consumers, businesses, and economy.
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Schools Warned Against Handpicking Uniform suppliers For Parents.
Early this after release of 2022 KCPE results, the government sent a strong warning to schools compelling parents to buy uniforms from specific shops or suppliers.
According to Authority director General, schools had indicated in Admission Letters that parents should purchase school uniforms and other marchandises from known shops.
The director general has cautioned the school principals and administrators from the criticised conduct, saying parents are free to buy uniforms from their preferred outlets.
“Parents should be free to buy uniforms from their preferred shops/outlets as long as school uniform bought meets the colour, shade, thread count and design as prescribed by the respective schools,” the CAK DG said
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