The Cabinet Secretary for cooperatives Simon Chelungui has made a major announcement on matters relating to the hustlers fund. According to the Cabinet Secretary, those who have been making timely payments of the loan will get an increase in loan limits beginning next month.
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The Cabinet Secretary for cooperatives has also announced that at least 15.9 million Kenyans have been borrowing the hustlers fund. According to the Cabinet Secretary, those who borrowed the loan and have not made attempts to repay will be dropped.
The Cabinet Secretary is clear that the government is seeking to support a huge group of people with funds to to business. The president has been firm that his focus will be to ensure that key issues that benefit hustlers takes centre stage.
It's a fact that hustlers funds is one of the cheapest loans in In the country for it attracts a very minimum interest rates. It's expected that those who follow the guidelines of government are going to benefit immensely and will never regret.
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