CUT CORRUPTION, NOT SOCIAL PROTECTION DURING COVID-19

This could just be useful for the IMF & economists to tackle inequality for a just economic recovery. Before the coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic began its deadly spread, global attention was focused on the staggering rise in economic inequality across many countries.

Corruption undermines the efforts made to fight COVID-19.

Inequality accelerated following the 2008 economic crisis, when many governments responded by cutting government spending and hollowing out programs crucial to human rights such as health, housing, food support and employment.

Even today, we are calling on similar measures so as to not degrade the economy any further. The government has to make sure that the societies in Kenya spend less and can readily find what they are looking for. This is majorly food, water and medicine.

“Corruption must not carry the day during COVID-19 pressures”.

Alfred Yambo

Let whatever money that has been donated to Kenya help the citizen’s life become less harder and require them to spend less and less. We need to fight COVID-19 and not forget to keep corruption far away.

Published by Lavine Les Mots

"Do unto me as you would have me do unto you". "Fais-moi ce que tu veux que je te fasse"

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