President Uhuru Kenyatta has now lauded the effort by the Jubilee government in growing Kenya's economy while also enhancing business participation, reforms in the education sector among other changes.
He further added that they have made huge steps in attaining the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). He reiterated that Kenya was fully focused and that they will not lose track of the subject.
“Additionally, my administration has sharpened the economic policy by prioritizing action in sectors with the greatest multiplier effect on the economy, namely affordable housing; manufacturing; universal health coverage; and food security and nutrition," Uhuru told the delegates.
He further highlighted that Kenya's push for security on food and nutrition was largely affected by climate change as well as salient factors.
However, his sentiments were not positively received by Kenyans who posed which Kenya he was referring to. Others said that President Uhuru carefully chose his words to try and lure them to get the country another loan.
Here are the screenshots of their reactions:
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