The IMF which has approved the loan for Kenya to enable the country fight Covid-19 has been received with alot of criticism from the citizens. Kenyans understand very well what the country is undergoing but they fear that the money may not be used well and that the country is already in debts.
However Kenyans have become so keen because of the way they are heavily taxed to a point where they are unable to meet their daily needs. This has made them to become auditors both national and international. Most of Kenyans are living hand to mouth, totally unable to invest anywhere, employers are no longer increasing their salaries, all that is said is that Covid-19 has affected the economy. This has made people to become bitter and not interested to hear anything about government loans for fighting Covid-19.
In as much as it's true how the economy has been affected by Covid-19, they are those who may be waiting to get the funds and misappropriate. Basing on the past Truth when President Uhuru mentioned that people steal funds, Kenyans lost trust in some of the leaders. Anything associated with funds and leaders is what people are against.
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