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Kelvin Onyango
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How has Ruto's administration addressed Kenya's national debt?

How has Ruto’s administration addressed Kenya’s national debt?

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    Kenya’s National debt has been increasing each year and there doesnt seem to be a cap to it. The biggest worry and question on many people’s mind is just how we are going to pay back the debt and when? Debt is not the best inheritance we can leave our children. We may not have had a say in getting iRead more

    Kenya’s National debt has been increasing each year and there doesnt seem to be a cap to it. The biggest worry and question on many people’s mind is just how we are going to pay back the debt and when? Debt is not the best inheritance we can leave our children. We may not have had a say in getting into it, but we have a say in preventing more senseless debt.

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  2. Kenya’s national debt has been a growing concern due to its rapid increase in recent years. When Ruto got into power, he has been borrowing heavily to finance infrastructure and defence projects as well as to meet budget deficits, leading to a significant rise in the debt-to-GDP ratio. The governmenRead more

    Kenya’s national debt has been a growing concern due to its rapid increase in recent years. When Ruto got into power, he has been borrowing heavily to finance infrastructure and defence projects as well as to meet budget deficits, leading to a significant rise in the debt-to-GDP ratio. The government is facing challenges in managing the debt, with concerns about its sustainability and impact on the economy. The protests are an indication that this is not working and that people are feeling most of the pressure.

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  1. Ruto's Administration has addressed National Debt by borrowing more money, taking more loans, increasing of taxes and spending on unnecessary things like unreasonable allowances for his wife.

    Ruto’s Administration has addressed National Debt by borrowing more money, taking more loans, increasing of taxes and spending on unnecessary things like unreasonable allowances for his wife.

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