Didmus Baraza the Kimilili Member of the County Assembly has shown an act of caurage send a message to the president through the press over the loans being borrowed off late. He insisted that the government should stop borrowing this loans which will be the tomorrow burden to the young Kenyans who have no jobs.photo|courtesy.
He added by saying this loan should be used for development of infrastructure and the country's development. The loans borrowed by the government are not useful to the common Kenyans that is according to the Didmus Barasa.photo|courtesy
He also advised the Kenyan Treasury to stop comparing Kenya with USA, Japan and other superpower countries. A country like USA can print some money to pay their loans unlike Kenyan government can not print their money.
Didmus has urge the government to stop borrowing these loans in the name of development of which its not seen.
Kenyans have been furious about this loans borrowing since at the end of the day its the common citizen will pay the loan. They believe these loans are not kept at great use.
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