Former NASA Strategist David Ndii has expressed his worry and fear over the continuous borrowing by the current regime. The world-class Economist had earlier bashed Kenyans On Twitter, famously Called KOT. David Ndii said that KOT are like someone married to a serial adultery.
The economist now claims that the government borrowing spree has rendered it to file for bankruptcy protection. Kenyans have also protested the decision by the government to continue borrowing loans even after the country reaching the debt celling. The allegations by the Economist comes at a time when the country is in the midst of a pandemic that has worsened the situation. What kenyans fails to understand is how these money being borrowed will be used.
"Kenya is broke. GOK has filed for bankruptcy protection. Creditors have appointed IMF manager. KOT in denial that their beloved Jayden has shafted them and they've supported him all along are venting on receiver," alleges David Ndii.
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