Today President William Samoei Ruto, Deputy president Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua and Musalia Mudavadi launched the Hustler Funds. Kenyans will be allowed to access a minimum loan of fifty shillings and a maximum of fifty thousand shillings. President William Samoei Ruto said that this funds will not have a secretariat or parliament committe to control the funds. The Hustler will be controlled by technology.
The process registering starts by dialing *254* in your phone, select loan request option to view the limit, interest and loan tenure. Enter the loan amount and press ok to continue. Confirm loan details as displayed. Enter mobile money pin. Receive sms notification on loan allocation.
During the launch president William Ruto requested the loan and his loan limit was two thousand and two hundred, Deputy president Gachagua limit was one thousand six hundred while Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi limit was two thousand and eight hundred shillings.
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