The National Treasury is expected to borrow Ksh.60.5 billion more in the year to June to fund the just announced 2021-2022 supplementary budget. According to new estimates from the planning Ministry, net foreign financing is expected to rise from 2.2 per cent of GDP to 2.9 per cent of GDP while net domestic financing will ease by 100 basis points to 5.2 per cent of GDP. Using figures in the 2021 Budget Policy Statement implies net foreign financing will move to Ksh.352.4 billion from Ksh.267.3 billion while net domestic borrowing eases to Ksh.638.5 billion from Ksh.663.1 billion.