Social media tax is now on every one’s lips, and turned to be a burden to people who were using social media happily. Anita Fabiola, a presenter on NBS Katch up program on Friday, came out and yelled at her fans implying that they should pay taxes and continue liking her posts for her benefit.
Many people were angry when the government raised these social media tax alias OTT on Sunday. The beauty queen and NBS TV ‘Katch Up’ presenter Anita claimed that Ugandans should start paying that little tax to favor her needs.
Fabiola cautioned Ugandans to pay tax.
Celebrities like A Pass and many others were furious about these tax unlike Anita Fabz who supported it just because she can manage it. Her post made most down town Ugandans upset who can’t afford paying that tax like her.
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