For allegedly preventing the company from accessing funds in its bank account, Dalcom Kenya has filed a lawsuit against the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA).
The company, which specializes in producing speed limiters and tracking devices, asserts that KRA has refused to take their concerns seriously despite their visiting the State agency’s offices and voicing their concerns.
According to Dalcom, they are currently concerned and afraid that their properties might be put up for sale, which would result in a loss of customers.
They now ask the court to order KRA to pay them compensation.
The company claims that sometime in March of this year, KRA notified them that their tax payments for the period of November 2014 to July 2016 were late.
According to court documents, “the petitioner voiced objection to the abovementioned notice and vigorously questioned its correctness.”