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".
Kenyans Tell President to Loan From DP Ruto, Not China
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 »
DP Ruto Carries Sh10m in Backpack to Buy 1,400 Goats At Kajiado Auction - Video
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 »
Deputy President Ruto Pulls a Fast One On Kenyatta
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 continued to pile pressure on President Uhuru Kenyatta to suspend the implementation of the 16% levy on petroleum products. Commuters have begun feeling the pinch ... Read more »
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 »
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