In an earlier piece where Institute of Economic Affairs CEO Kwame Owino breaks down Kenya’s debt as if he was explaining it to a teenager, he notes that for every 100 shillings held by Kenyans, 60 shillings go towards servicing debt. The question, then, becomes, can the country survive on the remaining 40 shillings?
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