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Henry Kiplagat Rotich

Date of Birth: c. 1969


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Singing from the same spreadsheet

Legacy huntBut while spending is slightly down in Kenya Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich's grandly titled 'Creating Jobs Transforming Lives – Harnessing the Big Four Plan' is about legacy rather than concerns about austerity...

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Populists hack at the budget

Both consider Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich and his top associates Principal Secretary Kamau Thugge Economic Secretary Geoffrey Mwau and Central Bank Governor Patrick Njoroge – all whom have worked for the Fund at some point – as parties in an IMF conspiracy which aims to hit the poor with austerity measures cuts in public projects and handouts and market-determined interest rates (AC Vol 59 No 14 Hanging on a handshake)...


Fuelling a debt crisis

With calm seemingly restored to the political scene Cabinet Secretary for Finance Henry Rotich is anxious to raise money...


More growth, more debt

Treasury minister Henry Rotich has indicated that a second Eurobond will be issued in a bid to help plug the deficit...


Uhuru goes banker-bashing

Top economists who argued against the measure included CBK Governor Patrick Njoroge Finance Minister Henry Rotich Treasury Principal Secretary Kamau Thugge and Paul Murithi Muthaura of the Capital Markets Authority supported by the Kenya Bankers' Association (KBA) and the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE)...


A new deal in the East

Kenyan Finance Minister Henry Rotich announced that the United States' consultancy firm McKinsey and Company had been given a contract to re-engineer the Kenya Revenue Authority which had fallen short of its targets in the past two years...


Where did all the money go?

Among the most vocal critics are Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich and the Council of Governors...


Red flag over Africa

The Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich and Export-Import Bank of China President Li Ruogu agreed the financing terms that will see China Exim Bank provide 90% of the funding (AC Vol 48 No 11 The Shanghai set)...


No way to run a railway

Yet National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich informed the PIC in early February that the cost was Ksh 447 bn...


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