Ahmednasir who is among top lawyers in Kenya and one of Kenya Kwanza allies today tweeted on his twitter page that Looks like when it comes to anti corruption and good governance matters, the IMF and World Bank have now taken over the functions of critical but moribund institutions in Kenya. SAD!
When you're begging you'll definitely go by the terms of the lender. You can't have it your way. This is IMF we are talking about. But then again, Ruto demonized Uhuru for borrowing too much and said he'll cut down on it. Is he finding out that running the government isn't easy?
Kenyans should welcome this move! We have very weak institutions. Let the Bretton Woods Institutions replace them! Few individuals cannot be allowed to use the country's debt to enrich themselves!
When IMF and WB become our anti-graft Czars, then we are on the verge of being a sequel to Ghana. EACC and DPP are specialists in withdrawals, not deposits, hence creating a vacuum for the Bretton Woods sheriffs to occupy. And these guys really dictate things, what you eat etc.
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