Photo. Ahmednasir Abdullahi
Photo. President Kenyatta
Uhuru's government has been receiving criticism lately after it emerged that the state is in line to acquire another Covid 19 loan from International Monetary Funds, A figure around 255Billion as Citizens took own initiative to pleads with @IMFNews on social media platform to stop loaning Kenya.
According to the Citizen, President Kenyatta's government is full of loan from western countrys but shockingly making few Covid millionaire as debt burden increases.
Following the recent criticism, Senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi now feels Kenyans are unfairly harsh to the president. The City lawyer through his tweeter account, admits that president Kenyatta do blunder to often and unnecessarily.
Ahmednasir however feels Uhuru is should not be put into much attacks and criticism as he mean well for the country and his growth. He hence deserve to he granted the benefit of doubts from Kenyans.
Through his recent Tweet, Abdullahi wrote, "Kenyans are unfairly Very Harsh with H.E Uhuru. Of course he blunders too often on too many issue, and unnecessarily if you ask me but give him benefit of doubts for he mean well for Kenya".
Photo. Recent tweet.
President Kenyatta's government has seen a number loan coming through as debt burden increases which subject Kenyans to high taxes as well as losing jobs, as result of loan demands coming with the funds.
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