A review of anomalies that doomed the year 2016

A sign board outlawing corruption is mounted outside the Ministry of Health offices in Nairobi on October 28, 2016. This government has been very corrupt. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Credit expansion has declined from 20s to below five per cent per year, figures we have not seen since Moi times.
  • The opposition is not a government in waiting but other tribes lurking in the dark, longing to annihilate us.
  • Twenty five years on, we find ourselves confronting an establishment that seems incapable of understanding that one cannot dictate rules of a game.

While 2016 will surely go down in history as the year of corruption; it was also the year of economic paradox namely robust growth sans prosperity.


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