The much-anticipated "Hustlers Fund," which the Kenya Kwanza government claimed would be made available by November 30th, 2022, will by the start of tomorrow, Wednesday, be available for loan to qualified Kenyan hustlers.
Digital Strategist Dennis Itumbi announced on his social media timeline that tomorrow, November 30, 2022, will be a very memorable day for hustlers because it will be the day that President William Ruto launches the Hustlers Fund. Small and medium-sized businesses, mama bongas, bodaboda riders, and other groups will be given leases from the fund, which is a component of Kenya Kwanza's manifesto.
The fund will earn 8% interest, which is the lowest rate ever recorded in Kenya, per the statistics. The fund will also be launched in parts, with the first phase beginning tomorrow. However, it is said that the money will be easily released through people's phone numbers that have been registered with the top mobile service providers.
After being leased, the funds can be used to launch or grow businesses, increase production in agriculture, and create wealth overall.Are you eagerly waiting for the Hustlers Fund? Share with us your thoughts.
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