A process has been started by the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition to create the Inawezekana Fund, which will compete with the government's Hustler Fund. Robert Alai has said that Raila is also developing a plan to establish a fund.
Alai criticizes the government's Hustler Fund, claiming that it does not provide the best working environment for the nation's hustlers. Alai has accused Ruto of deceiving Kenyans into believing he would give them free money to help them escape poverty.
Many Kenyans accuse the government of failing to give them the finest care possible and place the guilt squarely on their shoulders. They claim that President Ruto's Hustler Fund is nothing to celebrate because it is comparable to the services that many other digital lenders currently offer.
"As part of the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya alliance, we are developing a plan to establish the Inawezekana Fund, which will offer Kenyans credit at essentially 0% interest. Many Kenyans would realize that the government lied to them when it launched today's initiative when we do that, according to Alai.
Many Kenyans have already applied for the Hustler's Fund to see how much they are eligible for, despite the backlash.
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