Honorable Didmus Barasa today pointed out that they were ready to tame Uhuru's appetite of borrowing when parliament resumed. The outspoken leader noted that it was important to do so because Kenyans were not happy with the current trend of borrowing.
The Kimilili lawmaker proceeded to add that them prioritizing the whole agenda of setting a debt ceiling to curtail frequent borrowing by the government was going to be like a reward to many Kenyans who were recently took to social media to condemn the government for borrowing money from IMF.
Barasa insisted that even though the intention of borrowing money was always good, the challenge often emerged when issues of corruption always came about upon the state receiving such funds. He said that Kenyans were just tired with the way there was wastage in government.
He finally said that life had become unbearable for majority of Kenyans because of the effects of covid-19 pandemic. He said that Kenyans were not receiving the much needed support despite promises from the state.
Attached is a video link of the Mp speaking:
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