Concerns about Kenya’s public finances have intensified with the government recently delaying the payment of public employees’ salaries. Policymakers appear willing to honour public debt obligations, but with plenty of pitfalls along the way, officials might not be able to do so – especially with a mid-2024 debt repayment crunch point looming large.
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