It is for sure that despite the cost of living being high in the country, President Ruto's administration is trying to revive the economy. Taking over the most detoriated economy was the big challenge for the new government but up to now, the President has shown openly that he is determined to change Kenya into a better investment place.
After his latest move in introducing Hustler Funds to help small investors access loans to grow their businesses, World Bank President David Malpass has commended Kenya for launching this program. According to Malpass, the program by the government will stimulate entrepreneurship and create more employment for Kenyans.
David Malpass commended Ruto's administration after meeting him in Washington during the President Ruto's tour in United States. It is for sure that despite Kenyans complaining over the amount loaned out, Hustler Funds have helped many grow their businesses which have opened doors of employment to many. Ruto's aim was to grow the small investors in the country and he is already set.
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