From left:Ruo, Uhuru and Raila
Kenya was experiencing numerous economical challenges even before the onset of covid-19 pandemic. The current government had borrowed more money to sustain it's plans and agenda. This has raised the country's money she owes to the international lenders. What worsen the matter is that the borrowed money is being misused while others are being stolen by corrupt leaders.
Honourable Abdikadir Mohamed who is the former member of parliament for Mandera Central constituency has disclosed that the country's economy has been destroyed by the Jubilee government headed by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy president William Ruto. Mohamed said that kenyans made a big mistake to elect the Jubilee government from the first place. "Even if there was no BBI Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto have messed the economy... "said Mohamed.
According to Abdikadir Mohamed, kenyans will continue to sink into economical problems because there is highly likelihood that either Dr. William Ruto or Raila Odinga will be elected to to the top seat. He said that the economy will not get better with Raila or Ruto. "...And it won't get better with Raila or Ruto. The economic meltdown needs serious refixing." Mohamed added.
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