His excellency president William Samoei Ruto, is truly a great blessing for the kenyan citizens who had for a long time been lacking a capital to start off with. Just seen as a mere manifest and political tool for campaigns, the president really made it happen.
However, despite the response towards funds made available for low interest loans being an amazingly positive move, some section of the public seem to have taken it for a ride or just a long the way decided that they will not pay the loan, and wait to see what would happen.
Whilst probably buying the idea from sections of the citizens who had wanted a growth in an economy so as to lift their status, the head of state had constantly reminded the people that the money was for the government and not an aid or free money.
As shared today by Nation Media's journalist, Gabriel Oguda the government has made their plans known, over the actions now to be taken against the defaulters. Their names will have to be wiped off as they are locked out from an up-coming list of repeat beneficiaries.
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