The new restructuring plan of Kenya Airways under President William Ruto is about to receive government’s nod of approval soon. This plan will replace the initial plan that was introduced by the previous government and backed by International Monetary Fund (IMF). As per the previous plan, Kenya’s former President, Uhuru Kenyatta’s government had agreed to provide loans and eventually take over $800 million of the airline’s debt. However, with the change in leadership, the present President William Ruto has introduced a new turnaround plan for the carrier and cut government’s borrowing. Following this announcement, last month Kenya’s national treasury released

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