Photo courtesy of President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
President William Ruto on Wednesday the 30th of November led the Hustler Nation administration to launch the Hustler Nation Fund at Green Park Terminers, Nairobi. However, the head of State articulated the terms and procedures of accessing the fund as he encouraged Kenyans to maximize the opportunity.
Interestingly, all people enlisted in the CRB are given second chance to apply for the fund. Additionally, the loan is available at an interest of 0.002 percent.
The President reiterated that The fund will provide 500 times cheaper credit to Kenya with a daily interest rate of 0.002 percent. However, there are four categories of loans comprising personal finance, micro-loan, SMEs, and start-ups.
On the other hand, Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance Member of County Assembly Robert Alai threatens to launch their Azimio Fund with almost zero interest to disapprove the Hustler Nation.
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