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President Ruto: Govt Will Increase Kenyans' Savings by Adding Them Money

Kenyans stand a chance of getting money from the government of President William Ruto if they are going to embrace the culture of saving

President William Ruto has today assured Kenyans that their savings are going to grow handsomely because the government will be adding some money to their savings

The President wants to improve the culture of saving in Kenya by rewarding those Kenyans who will be willing to do so.

The President believes that having a culture of saving is the only way Kenyans are going to stop being slaves to others.

"If any Kenyan saves an amount, the government of Kenya will give them money equivalent to the percentage of the saving to become part of their savings," President Ruto said

President William Ruto wants Kenyans to stop being borrowers and become lenders. He wants other nations to come to Kenya and ask for loans, and not the current state where is Kenya seeking loans from other nations.

The President made the remarks at the State House where he hosted a thanksgiving service

He asked for preachers present to pray for the country to remain peaceful as we move forward.

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