With the stroke of a pen in a memorandum to Parliament, the President has stirred debate on complex economic jargon, created a political storm and attracted diverse opinions among experts.
But where is ‘Wanjiku’ in this and what does it all mean for her?
Ultimately, all debate narrows down to three main questions: What is the relationship between Government spending programmes and the lives of ordinary people? How do the consumption habits of microeconomic spending units (individuals, households and firms) relate to the macroeconomic environment? Who benefits and who pays?
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