Hopes has landed for the gikomba business men and women as Deputy president Ruto has promised to give them a huge amount of money to boost their business especially after the fire tragedy recently. Ruto has promised to give the Kshs. 1M (one million kenyan shillings) and also to give the Gikomba Sacco Kshs.3M (three million Kenyan Shilling) to kick start their loose. The people have been blessed with all this cash to start whatever they lost previously.photo| Courtesy.
They will be having atleast something small to start afresh on their business. The leader recognised the lose the people went through and he decided he will habe to cheap in atleast to cover the lose and in deed he made sure that happened.photo| Courtesy.
Well, that has been question by the people considering the deputy president has been blessing the people with so much money and how is he going to recover that and some of them had a little doubt that he will lead Kenyans into Depts again to recover his lost money.
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