Since President William Ruto launched the cheap loan scheme, many Kenyans have been complaining about their Hustlers Fund limit. Many Kenyans who have used the Hustlers Fund say that their limits range from Sh600 to Sh1900, which many say is not enough to start a business.
On the other hand, comedian MC Jessy appears to be one of the fortunate Kenyans whose limits are a little bit higher. The comedian, who ran for the South Imenti parliamentary seat but lost in the most recent elections, has recently demonstrated his support for and willingness to collaborate with President William Ruto's current administration.
MC Jessy shared a screenshot of his Sh 10,000 hustler fund on his official Instagram account, where it was distributed at 3:12 p.m. today. Additionally, his Mpesa balance of Sh 19,950 was shown in the screenshot.
Mungu akubariki: "Chief hustler, HE Dr. William Ruto. He captioned the picture, "Nilikua nahitaji kaEmergency na kamecome through."
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