Hours after the president of Kenya Hon William Ruto launched the Hustler Fund project, the Orange Democratic Party Lawmaker Hon Robert Alai has alleged the possibility of Azimio team launching ‘Inawezekana Fund’ which will attract almost zero interest.
Acoording to Alai, the launching of cheap accessible Inawezekana Funds will prove to hustlers that they are only being duped. The latter said that Fuliza domiciled in State House is dangerous.
Robert Alai tweeted, “We as Azimio will soon launch Inawezekana Fund at almost zero interest to show Hustlers that they are being duped. Fuliza domiciled in State House is dangerous.”
These sentiments from Alai attracted mixed reactions from Kenyans. Some of Kenyans were in agreement of Alai’s promise while others criticised the idea. Below are some of the reactions elicited from different Kenyans.
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