Professor Herman Manyora has poked holes in the economic models being advocated for in the country especially by the hustler nation's leaders and supporters.
According to Professor Manyora, there is much to done before the economic models can withstand given the current circumstances that seem to be totally unfavorable.
Manyora has advised that the first thing which needs to be done is sorting out issues of graft that have been hampering the better economic growth in the country.
For an economy to survive as expected, corruption has to dealt with at all costs. Fighting and eliminating corruption and it's related activities will help a lot in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the economic models some of which were initiated by DP Ruto such as the bottom up economic model.
"No economy can withstand the kind of corruption in Kenya. We can sing about economic models, but if we don't sort graft issues out, it will be in vain," said Professor Manyora.
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