On Wednesday afternoon Treasury Cabinet Secretary Mr., Henry Rotich presented the 2016/2017 budget estimates before the parliament in Nairobi, something that was undoubtedly anticipated in the country, given the high standard of living that has stripped Kenyans of financial stability.
Given that there are general elections in the country next year, this budget is vital to the government as they outlay how they are going to meet their past pledges, set targets and explain to Kenyans not only how financial stakes will be affected but also how their livers will be affected in the coming year.
Vital areas that the CS addressed include the health sector, education and industrialization among others.
The pledges the government made had much to do with the three sectors of health, education and infrastructure, which also includes industrialization in some aspects.
When one delves into the education sector you abruptly come across the elephant in the room, the digital literacy program.
In the health sector, one encounters the successful running of free maternity program among others.
The industrialization sector has been facing a wavy trend and more and more attention has been given to it in the past few years.