After a week of public uproar and bitterness from kenyans directing their angers towards the Government after securing another loans despite the abject poverty many are going through. A group of kenyans elite took to different social media handles and even went ahead to petition IMF to cancel to loan but all was in vain because all was too late.
However Vocal Member Of Parliament from Kikuyu Kimani Ichungw'a's has revealed unknown details of what the international Monetary Fund Bank had tried warn the Government of impending danger if they continued with their uncontrolled borrowing sprees. In a video the legislator shared on his Twitter handle, officers from the IMF are heard warning Nation Assembly Budgetary committee that continuous borrowing could be dangerous for the country. Although the government has maintains that things are not out of hands although all warning signs are showing that all is not well and the current regime need to slow down.
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