On November 30 President William Ruto Hustlers Fund was officially unveiled in Nairobi Green Park marking a new milestone in the process of restoring the Kenyan economy.
The Fund which was Kenya Kwanza main pledge aims to empower young people and help them become self-sufficient businesspeople.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua attracted a lot of attention during the ceremony when he paid Ksh50,000 for a shirt that would have cost Ksh1000.
The mtumba guy told the DP I sell these shirts at 1K but since I have a Fuliza debt I will sell to you at 5K.
Gachagua who has consistently defended the fund was shocked when he learned he had to pay Ksh50,000 for the shirt.
Johnson Sakaja the county governor of Nairobi also paid Ksh5,000 to the same individual for a shirt.
Speaking about his company the mtumba person disclosed that due to his meager income he had previously been reported to the Credit Reference Bureau (CRB) for defaulting on prior loans.
He stated that he would like to receive Ksh 50,000 from the fund along with his son who is also his business partner.
I have already received Ksh 50,000 from Riggy G and if I receive another Ksh 50,000 from the hustler fund I will give it to my son because I am urging young people to abstain from crime he said.
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