President William Ruto has revealed huge amounts of money kenyans have been able to pay as well as save via his Hustlers Funds initiative.
Speaking via TV47 on tech and innovation summit, William Ruto has revealed that kenyans have so far paid ksh 1 Billion as well as saving up to ksh 50 Million even though 14 days are yet to elapse.
Ruto as well revealed that over 15 millions kenyans are on board and the government have so far lended 7.2 Billion to kenyans in an attempt to improve lives if ordinary kenyans.
Furthermore, he lauded kenyans for turning deaf ears to his counterparts Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition whose leaders instructed kenyans not to pay back the fund.
" Already on the Hustlers fund platform, we have 50 Millions kenyans on board and we have lend as of today about 7.2 Billion. In return, kenyans have paid up to ksh 1 Billion saving more than ksh 50 million", he said via TV47.
Ideally, hustlers fund seems to be a game changer or Kenya Kwanza's government and therefore kenyans are having all reasons to smile.
Meanwhile, let's wait and see what happens next.
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