Since then, the debt has shot to 8 trillion in a span of just 9 years. The project which were completed by those funds cannot be explained.
Secondly Ndii advised Kenyatta to stop building of SGR which is not viable at this stage. Instead, he should look to create jobs to Kenyans and tackle poverty for now. When Covid-19 invaded our country Kenya one year ago, a lot of jobs were lost among Kenyans. Uhuru Kenyatta should work on restoring those jobs and create others other than engaging in construction of SGR.
Again Uhuru Kenyatta has been advised to invest on agriculture sector in Kenya. Agriculture is backbone to the country's economy and should be given first priority by government.
Lastly, the president has been told to take the initiative of mitigating of Covid-19 economic impact with income replacement.
Let's shift the conversation in comment section below to discuss whether those advise will help to build Kenyatta economy legacy in just one year. Please like and share with friends, let's educate each other.
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