President Uhuru's Government has failed to pay an international bank loan that's due. This is shameful as it's clear Kenyans are paying a lot of taxes but seemingly they are getting nothing positive from it given the government is seemingly unable to pay bank debts.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Tuko_co_ke/status/1527506003692068864?s=20&t=Mo-sPVn_5lbS-HkPeaaa0w
The government was supposed to pay the Arror and Kimwarer loans by the end of 2021 financial year but it's clear such has not happened and they are in default. It's an interesting matter as it's clear the government is not able to meet up to it's financial obligations.
The government has loans amounting to 11 trillion and it's clear most of this loans will be dafaulted for the government seemingly is not in a capacity to pay this loans. However as we move into the August 9th polls, let's wait and see of what unfolds.
This is largely shameful to the government of president Uhuru Kenyatta as it's clear that could be Uhuru's legacy. Let's wait and see of what unfolds finally for it's clear we truly live in very interesting times given the state of debts in this country which are likely to badly taint Uhuru's legacy.
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