2022 presidential elections possible Aspirant, Dr Mukhisa Kituyi supports the government taking loans for its developmental projects as seem from his online post.
'Without loans, we will not develop as a nation. Only that loans need prudent utilization'. These were Dr Mukhisa Kituyi's remarks in Facebook. He urged all citizens to support the president as his finishes his term and emphasized that loans should be for developmental purposes and not for recurrent expenditure.
A concerned citizen was not in agreement with Dr Kituyi over his remarks.
'We are tired of loans going to individuals. Covid 19 millionaires again?'
Dr Kituyi's plea comes after netizens launched an online campaign to stop the international Monetary Fund from loaning Kenya a loan to help cushion the economic effects of Covid 19.
Can you support Dr Kituyi's remarks or do you support the online plea against the government of Kenya receiving loans from IMF? leave a comment.
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