Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has ruled out taking more loans to pay the country's workers.

Kenyatta made the announcement during a meeting with the country's top civil servants.

The president said that the government would instead have to cut spending in order to make ends meet.

Kenyatta said that the government's debt burden was already too high and that taking on more loans would only make the problem worse.

He said that the government would have to find other ways to raise revenue, such as increasing taxes or cutting spending on non-essential services.

Kenyatta's decision is likely to be met with resistance from civil servants, who have been demanding higher salaries.

However, the president said that there was no other way to avoid a financial crisis.

 Kenya's economy has been struggling in recent years, and the government is facing a number of challenges, including a high public debt, a growing budget deficit, and a weakening currency.

Kenyatta's decision to rule out taking more loans is a sign that the government is serious about addressing the country's economic problems.

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