THE government loses more than Sh100 billion annually in tax skirting syndicates, a report has said.

The Global Financial Integrity report on trade says the cartels collude with multinational companies and corrupt Kenya Revenue Authority officials.

Njoki Gakii of Tax Justice Network yesterday said illicit financial flows lead to lack of jobs, decent education and better health facilities.

She spoke at Uhuru Park, Nairobi, during the launch of the “stop the bleeding” caravan.

Kenya was found to have been losing 8.3 per cent of her revenue between 2011 and 2012.