After looking at Kenyans in the eyes and confessing his sins, Moses Kuria has been loud on the government overborrowing loans.
Moses Kuria last week publicly declared that the parliament has been lying to Kenyan for over seven years on the debt burden that the Jubilee government has plunged into.
Mr Kuria was speaking on Kenya’s debt burden that currently stands at Ksh.6 trillion after accumulating over the years under UhuRuto’s regime.
Gatundu South MP who sits on the budget committee boldly admitted that Legislature together with the Executive arms of government has failed in containing the country’s ballooning debt and have apparently been lying to the country.
“Since 2014, we have sold to Kenyans this romantic story that all is well because we believed in respecting the Executive and also since most of us are members of the ruling party,” Kuria said.
On a bid to reiterate his sentiments, he congratulated Kenya Pipeline Corporation (KPC) for being the first state corporation to turn in Ksh 5 Billion of ‘idle’ cash sitting in Commercial Banks to National Treasury in order to finance the deficit.
In a straight forward tweet, he maintained that Kenya should stop borrowing loans lest it perishes.