Following the government decisions to secure another loans from IMF a move that angered many Kenyans over alleged heavy borrowing Cherangany MP Joshua Kutuny found himself at the receiving end from angry Kenyans.
The attempts by vocal legislator to defend the government following heavy borrowing didnt augur well with many Kenyans who claimed they have been oppressed by too much borrowing.
Angry Kenyans who thronged IMF social media page displaying their outrage claiming the government has borrowed beyond and they cannot allow further borrowing alleged the tax have high.
According to the latest updates approximately 150,000 kenyans signed the petition to stop IMF from releasing 257billion to Kenyans.
The government had alleged the money will be used in cushioning and reviving the business of Kenyans who were affected by covid-19 pandemic.
Many locals allegedly that too much corruptions has been the cause of embezzling of the money.
Many graft cases have been linked with alot of borrowing which has seen some key projects being suspended
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