xpert -To lower the cost of living in Kenya, government doesn’t require to borrow loans or to give financial support to anyone.
According to Financial analyst Ephraim Njenga, government only needs to revise how they invest in social housing and to create enough infrastructure that makes it easier for people to reside anywhere with 100 KM radius of Nairobi CBD or towns.
He proposes doing an SGR connecting towns to replace the normal expensive road transport in the country. The electrified SGR would do better since it will be traveling at a speed of 160 km/hr.
Njenga also argues that the State must start to invest heavily in schools and to make sure education is affordable and of highest quality. He adds that a poor country like Kenya requires no private schools.
Further, the State has to lower healthcare costs and make sure the facilities offer only world class services for everyone “It is sad that households are being impoverished into destitution by hefty hospital bills.”
The analyst added that taxing medicine, medical equipment and supplies is not only illogical but cruel too.
He winded up by saying it is still possible to ensure all Kenyans have enough food and can pay bills, have good education and healthcare without spending trillions.
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