[B]Since every detail is important, I have tasked meself with the duty of collecting info important for the general electorate, sycophants, haters and lovers alike. They’ll be streaming in mosmos. So that when we vote, even if its along tribal lines, we vote fully aware of the parameters.
Today, we dissect the Jubilee 2013 manifesto.
Jubilee Economic Promises at a glance:[/B]
To grow economy between seven-10 per cent in the first two years. (Not achieved)
To create one million jobs. (Not achieved)
Cut waste and fight corruption so that public resources are spent wisely and properly.(“munataka nifanye ? set up a public execution in Uhuru park so people can be happy ?”)
Reduce the public deficit so that the Government spends more money on services instead of paying off Kenya’s debts.(well…)
Keeping the exchange rate stable and control the flow of money into the economy in order to lower interest rates and keep inflation in check.(hmm…)
Is it possible to move from 5.7 to 10% growth given the current economic parameters. We could assume variables were not that favorable and hope the promise is met in the next 5. But is it feasible ?
0 stadia so far. Is it possible to build 5 stadiums in 5 years ? Assuming we trust them with 5 more. And now that Ngilu is not on that Posta, does the promise still stand ?
WHAT ARE THOSE ?
Let me see how objective we are going to be in the comments section. We will also dissect the opposition’s current manifesto to check it’s feasibility but in the meanwhile, hii hapa.
insecurity rose from when uhuru took office, alshabab attacks were much more rampant.
the kshs to dolla exchange really really changed currently it is at kshs1=$100>
borrowing increased since 2013… we now have a 4billion debt
food shortages is still the order of the day
He is 37 or 38 I think .ilisemekana alianza ku cut ma deals za % huko Min of Transport ndio maana akachujwa…since then sijaona Aki tweet about SGR…sijui kama ali attend launch he must have been very angry kuchujwa