CITIZENS First president Harry Kalaba says the revised minimum wage for domestic workers, drivers and others is an outrageous move and not attainable. Kalaba said the country’s current economy is in no capacity to handle the revised minimum wage. In an interview, Kalaba wondered whether government officers feed on strong drugs. “In an economy like ours? I don’t know what our leaders are thinking about because they are basically saying that those drivers should be kicked out of their employment. They are basically saying that those domestic workers should be kicked out of employment. It’s not a situation of just waking up and saying ‘we have done our research’, with who? Who did they consult before arriving at that? Sometimes…...

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