Barely a year after exposing the KEMSA scandal that promoted 'Covid-19 Billionairesv, NTV top journalist Dennis Okari is set to drop another bombshell on the government regarding the International Monetary Funds(IMF) loans.
Mr Okari is yet to expose how the government has been borrowing from the body, spending those loans not to forget about the corruption and scandals behind these huge loans.
"The IMF has agreed to lend Kenya Ksh. 255 billion. Kenyans are up in arms protesting the new credit facility. Which way forward? Join @AmbokoJH and @DennisOkari as they delve into matters #IMFLoan tonight from 9 pm," NTV posted on Twitter.
This comes after Kenyans expressed their anger towards a request made by the National government to the IMF to be loaned another 246 billion shillings. Kenyans have protested this move urging the IMF to deny the request claiming that Kenya is currently languishing in huge debts as the economy threatens to collapse.
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