Vocal Gatundu south lawmaker Moses Kuria has asked the International Monetary Fund [IMF] to change the mode in which it transacts business with Kenya.
The lawmaker noted the importance of IMF loans to the country, but was concerned about the gross corruption that has made it hard to account for the previous loans given to the country. He said that instead of giving Kenya money since it would only end up in the pockets of a few individuals, IMF to give COVID 19 vaccines jabs to Kenya than giving them money to procure them.
Kuria said IMF should lend us 25 million Covid 19 jabs at our buying price of 7 dollars each which would be 175 million dollars than giving us money since we steal. According to Kuria, that would be enough to vaccinate all Kenyans above 18 years.
Kuria suggestion comes a week after started a campaign to bare IMF and other International lenders loan to Kenya, since the country`s debt is huge and other loans have been squandered by few individuals.
By: Mikey Mugutsu