The four Kenyans who were listed in CRB for not paying their loans on time have reasons to smile after the president William Ruto assured the that they will be ejected. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the president William Ruto today held a meeting with the stakeholders of Safaricom, NCBA and CRB where they agreed to work together.
According to the reports, the four million Kenyans who are listed under the CRB will be ejected by November so that they can continue with their borrowing. It is a good news to Kenyans as they have been suffering to be cleared from the CRB list.
Despite that, the president William Ruto through the Safaricom and NCBA stakeholders ha e agreed to lower the fuliza charges. The charged have been lowered by 40 percent. This will allow Kenyans to continue enjoying the Fuliza services without worrying about the charges.
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