Jubilee’s Government Borrowings Have Led Us to Economic Deathbed – Mudavadi

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Thus saith the Leader of the Amani National Congress (ANC) Party – Jubilee’s government is clueless and its reckless borrowing spree has led Kenya to its economic deathbed.

Musalia Mudavadi asserted that the impoverished state of the economy is the doing of Jubilee’s government. To the former Deputy Prime minister, that’s so because jubilee’s administration ignorantly embarked on agendas that skyrocketed government debt to outrageous heights.

The ANC leader made the remarks while he was speaking at a dinner organised by the Law Society of Kenya Rift Valley chapter at the Rift Valley Sports Club in Nakuru town.

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“The economy is at the deathbed, it is depressed and in the Intensive Care Unit,” Mudavadi proclaimed as he pleaded with his audience to support the formation of the National Super Alliance (NASA).”

According to him, the National Super Alliance is the only movement with the ability to chase President Uhuru Kenyatta off office come next year’s general election.

“It is wrong for a government to continue borrowing loans from foreign countries to fund huge projects at the expense of youth unemployment that is soaring each day.



“NASA is the medicine for the corrupt Jubilee administration. It is a policy and issue based alliance that will unite this country and liberate Kenyans from bondage,” stated Mudavadi.

With that, Mr Mudavadi divulged that he’s already engaged Dr Ekuru Aukot of the Third Way Alliance so as to form a strong alliance that will do away with the present administration.

“I am in talks with my brother Dr Ekuru Aukot to join hands with me in forming the Super Alliance that will take the leadership of this country,” he said.

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Meanwhile, BuzzKenya confirmed that Jubilee’s Aden Duale defended the party’s quest for taxpayers to fund its primaries. Duale was quoted to have said: “Democracy is expensive and must be funded by the taxpayers…”

Already, the party has issued a letter to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) demanding of it to initiated talks about funding for the party.