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We are serving the interests of Kenyans and we should be told the amount of money Kenyans are going to pay from the 16 per cent VAT on petroleum because it is going to be a matter of contention from September 1, when the levy comes into effect,' Maina said.
Since his death in 1960, the identity of the present rightful claimant to the former throne remains a matter of contention, though the claim of the descendants of his second daughter Sajida Sultan has been recognised by the Indian government and courts.
The extent to which he suffered during his time in the White House, when the cold war was still current, remains a matter of contention even within his own family.
The procurement of the drones, favoured by the military because they are compatible with models they already own, has been a matter of contention between the parties in the ruling coalition government.
This redistribution of wealth within Germany has been a matter of contention for many a year.
Other issues are also a matter of contention for Asian Americans.
The issue of an armed intervention in Libya has also become a matter of contention for the Obama administration, as Hillary Clinton, who was Secretary of State at the time of the Benghazi attack, is running for president.
However, the date has been a matter of contention over time.
Native American origins have been a matter of contention for decades, says Theodore Schurr, an anthropological geneticist at the University of Pennsylvania who wasn't involved in either study.
Another matter of contention is the fact that the area covered by the project is within the ancestral domain of the Mangyan tribes.
It is a matter of contention whether jihadists are motivated by religion or by identity crises, economic and social marginalization and the attractions of a harsh simplistic faith which acts as personal and group reassurance.
It is a matter of contention whether jihadis are motivated by religion or by identity-crises, economic and social marginalization and the attractions of a harsh simplistic faith which acts as personal and group reassurance.