The president William Ruto and the deputy president Hon Rigathi Gachagua are currently at Green Park Terminus where the Hustler fund is being launched. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president Hon Rigathi Gachagua has bought a t-shirt from one hustler at fifty thousand shillings.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Umoja hustler who was selling a t-shirt at the Green Park Terminus was paid fifty thousand shillings by the deputy president Hon Rigathi Gachagua. It is a good news to him as he will boost his business.Despite that, Kenyans are urged to apply for Hustler Fund loan so that they can boost or start their business. The loan will be ranging from five hundred shillings to fifty thousand shillings. The loan application will be done online and also by dialing a code. Remember to maintain peace among each other during this time of national examinations.
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