President William Ruto launched the Hustlers funds today in what has been termed as a great milestone to the low class people in the country. According to the president the move is meant to solve a burden of high interest that have been laid by money lending apps that have left over eight million Kenyans in CRB. According to Dr William Ruto every Kenyan is eligible to register and get the funds.
However, he alleged that those that are against him will criticize the move but he warned kenyans against them. He went ahead to allege that in February they will improve it up to a point where people will be in a position to get more money. He expressed his confidence with the process claiming that it will be a game changer. However, he asked Kenyans to be responsible and payback so that other Kenyans will be in a position to benefit.
Shortly after the launch, Azimio la Umoja team has come out to criticize the move terming it as a pyramid scheme. Led by Embakasi East legislator Hon Babu Owino raised concerns over the source of the funds.
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