By Kevin Mwangi
The Kenyan economy is recognized as one of the strongest in Africa. However, the country has been undergoing an economic downturn evident by the reduced stock market activity, rising cases of unemployment, declining investments among others.
The dire situation Kenya finds itself in is happening at a time a lot of funds are channeled into mega-projects and even more unfortunate, a huge percentage of the same funds end up being embezzled.
Besides, an alarming prognosis points out to the fact that outcomes such as level of employment and quality of healthcare realized relative to inputs in terms of public expenditure do not match up.
But it is somewhat pointless to continue voicing criticism as witnessed in many reports without providing solutions that can help reboot the economy’s health…Read more>>