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Millions of Kenyans today 30th November, 2022 witnessed the launch of one of Kenya Kwanza's government projects "Hustler Fund" as promised during the campaigns. The Kshs 50 billion hustler fund has been taunted as a game changer to the economy of the country and can be applied by anyone above 18 years from the comfort of their home using a phone.
The credit can be assessed via a short code *254# of either of the leading mobile service providers or through the "HFund" App or by use of the Safaricom App. The minimum that one can borrow is Kshs 500 and the maximum of Ksh. 50,000. When used smartly and responsibly, the fund can turn one's hustle into a fortune. To those doubting how the less than Kshs. 50,000 can do here are some of the profitable hustles one can venture into.
1. Roasting Maize business. One will only need a Jiko, charcoal, wire mesh, and maize cobs which cost at least Ksh 3,000.
2. Smokie and Egg selling business - The maximum it can cost is Ksh 20,000 because of the trolley, Jiko, charcoal, smokies, and eggs.
3. Mandazi/cake cooking and hawking business.
4. Mutumba cloth/shoe selling business. One can opt to buy a full bale whose prices range between Kshs. 10,00 to Kshs 30,000.
5. Chips selling business.
6. Micro-hotel where one can cook and sell various types of local foods.
7. Artistry works.
8. Buying and selling of chicken.
9. Agricultural activities like Chicken rearing where one can see the chicken meat, eggs, or even the chicken themselves.
10. Fruits or vegetables buying and selling business.
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