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Forget celebrating an economic boom just yet, Kenyans! While the recent dip in the dollar against the shilling is good news, those attributing it solely to a thriving economy is like attributing your amazing dance moves to a single practice session.

Sure, a weaker dollar is a step in the right direction, but a true economic victory dance requires sustained progress, not temporary fluctuations. We’ve seen this movie before, Kenyans. Remember when everyone was two-stepping over a briefly weakened dollar, only to have it bounce back like a well-rehearsed salsa routine?

Let’s hold off on popping the champagne corks until the shilling’s samba continues even after China’s holiday season ends. If the government truly wants us to believe the economy’s got the moves like Jagger, they need to show us more than just a one-time dip.

In the meantime, Kenyans, keep practicing those dance moves. We might need them to celebrate when the real economic boom arrives!




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