Mudavadi says Jubilee courting disaster with alarming debt levels
SEE ALSO :Western leaders in fresh unity promise"In my opinion, Jubilee ought to come out and admit the fix it has put the country into then have austerity measure by spending only what it can afford. In my opinion though, the proposed budget figures do not show such a trend," he added. Mudavadi spoke at the close of the ANC Women League meeting at a hotel in Maua on Saturday and at a church service yesterday. Saying his 2015 warning that the Jubilee debt acquisition spree would reach unmanageable levels had been vindicated, the ANC leader said the current government would place the burden of loan repayment on the next regime, which would be hard-pressed to implement other projects. “When we talked of impending crisis those years, a lot of critics were thinking we were ill-advised,” said Mudavadi at a stopover at Maua town market. The ANC leader was accompanied by Vihiga Woman Representative Beatrice Adagala, who chairs the party's women's council. Also present was Meru branch chair Margaret Ntongai, former MCA Eunice Karema and Jubilee nominated MCA Ruth Kananu.
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