Kenya's Fuel Levy, Debt to China and The Cash in That Backpack
Kenyans urging President Uhuru Kenyatta to sign the Finance Bill 2018 amendment that will halt the introduction of 16% fuel levy have descended on him via Twitter for celebrating more loans to African nations when his country is "crippled by debt".
Nairobi News, 4 September 2018
A tweet by President Uhuru Kenyatta on China's $60 billion kitty for development in Africa was met by angry comments from Kenyans. Read more »
Nairobi News, 3 September 2018
Deputy president William Ruto carried Sh10 million in a backpack which he used to buy 1,400 goats at an auction in Kajiado county on Monday. Read more »
Nation, 3 September 2018
Deputy President William Ruto appears to be quietly working to displace President Uhuru Kenyatta as the political kingpin in central Kenya, winning over local leaders and… Read more »
This tweet from President Uhuru Kenyatta angered some Kenyans.
Kenyans have expressed their outrage over increased fuel prices on social media under the hashtag #PunguzaBeiYaMafuta. Some expressed concern that increased fuel prices will ... Read more »
"China beats critics of its contribution to increase African indebtedness by cleaning up a significant portion of its current loans and announces $15 billion of the promised ... Read more »
"In the values that it promotes, in the manner that it operates, and the impact it has on African countries, the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation refutes the view that a new ... Read more »