Tharaka Nithi county senator Kithure Kindiki is on the receiving end after revealing the tickets to winning the August 2022 polls and the one to blame for the current poor state of Kenyan economy. Via his facebook page, prof Kithure Kindiki passed the weighty message.
The senator said that coming elections will be decided and won based on the economic idea and agenda that one has for the country. Still at it, professor Kindiki said that it's the Jubilee and ODM administration to blame for the bad state of the economy.
"The Jubilee and ODM administration running from 2017 to date has completely ruined our economy. For four years they have been into a borrowing spree to a level where government is now using the borrowed money from IMF in paying expensive Chinese loans," said Kindiki.
"Inflation and unemployment are high and the value of the shilling continues to diminish and millions of kenyans have been pushed deep in poverty. Kenya was lastly in such state only in the 1990's. Next year's election is going to be decided based on economic agenda and not a different thing," he added.
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