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Gov't Writes Off Fuliza, Mshwari Loans As It Tells Kenyans To Confirm Their Status On This Date

Kenyans are starting to celebrate early as a result of President William Ruto's administration's quick action in canceling the Sh11 billion Fuliza and Mshwari loans. The government will have the audacity to write off Sh11 billions through NCBA bank.

"Of the Sh15 billion, we are responsible for Sh11 billion through the combined efforts of M-Shwari and Fuliza. The context is crucial; we are comparing most digital lenders that have emerged in the past year to those that date back as long as 10 years, according to David Abuya, who also serves as the NCBA bank's top financial advisor. 

The official notification from the NCBA bank will not be given to Kenyans who have fallen behind on their loan payments until this coming Wednesday, November 30, 2022.

"We have already implemented this change." More than five million M-Shwari and Fuliza customers have already been properly reclassified by our team. Beginning on Wednesday, communications were sent to each person. Dave tacked on.

After making a payment for their debt, the defaulters will then receive compensation. However, beginning on December 1, 2022, they will be able to check the status of their loans. 

All recent customers will receive a discount of at least 50% starting on December 1 as a result of our well-developed plans. For clients who are able to pay back their debts more quickly, we will also be thinking about increasing that discount, Abuya said.

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