Moody's Turns Attention to Kenya for Possible Credit Downgrade

Ratings agency Moody's has said the inability to deal with persistent Budget deficits and rising public debt led them to consider implementing the credit downgrade. This would mean that the government will pay higher interest rates on any amount it borrows, since lenders will be concerned that they will not be repaid in future.

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