Kenyan rate bill MP wants cenbank chief to go

A Kenyan parliamentarian whose controversial bill to control commercial bank interest rates was passed by parliament this week now wants the country's central bank governor to resign.

Opposition member Joe Donde told Central Bank of Kenya chief Micah Cheserem in an open letter on Thursday that he had failed the country and President Daniel arap Moi should replace him."Following the recent debate on the interest rates bill and the position you took, it is in the interest of the country that you

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