World Bank approves Ksh 1.8 trillion loan to Kenya, days after IMF grants Ruto 142 billion

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The World Bank says it will give Kenya a total of Ksh 1.
8 trillion for promoting President William Ruto’s legacy projects across the country.

Loans will amount to $2 billion per year so the president can have a solid legacy.
President Ruto promised not to borrow when he assumed office but unfortunately the opposite is happening.

President Ruto has been focused on ensuring there is money for development so the country can develop.
The World Bank loans come just days after President William Ruto borrowed a total of $142 billion from the IMF to repay Eurobonds owed by Uhuru Kenyatta.

The president also recently visited China, where he has borrowed billions of dollars for road projects.
Interestingly, President William Ruto is also expected to visit France to seek more loans for various projects.
It is important to understand that the UK is building a rail city that will be financed by loans.

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