Photo. Susan Kihika in previous campaign
This is following the emerging information that President Uhuru Kenyatta's government is line to acquire another Covid 19 loan, from International Monetary Funds, a figure around 255 Billions that is intended to help fight the third wave Covid infections among other government projects.
However, Honarable Kihika now thinks otherwise with the loan issues and hence approached it differently. Through her late night tweet, Nakuru Senator calls out the Kenyan government to take proper management of the funds, should it go through.
Through her post, Senator Kihika said as a cognizant and concern Kenyan, with recent Government of Kenya Loan borrowing from IMF despite the country huge debt burden, to ensure the funds are utilized in a much needed manner, she propose the first disbursement to be made, be channeled through the acquisition of vaccine in an open and free cartel system.
Honarable Kihika further proposed that for a country to balance the demands attached to the loan from IMF, the Kenyan government should embark on aggressive fiscal consolidation driven by growth in revenue to sustainably manage the debt levels and debt Serviceability.
Susan Kihika also proposed a robust program to support the business affected by lockdown and pandemic measures. According to Susan Kihika, such move will enable the bottom up approach growth of Economy kick start.
Photo, Susan Kihika late night post
Honarable Susan Kihika late night tweet as attached;
President Kenyatta's government is getting the series mixed reaction on IMF 255B loan as much corruption cases are reported daily, a move that had force the common Mwananchi to join in stopping International Monetary Funds from loaning Kenya as living expanse goes up.
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