Digital strategist Dennis Itumbi has come out to allege the figures behind the scenes following president William Ruto's launch of the financial inclusion fund also known as the hustler fund earlier this week.
in a posted shared on his page shows that Kenyans have greatly borrowed the hustlers fund and some of them have even managed to pay back.
Account to Itumbi, kenyans have paid back at least Kshs 75 million by today and that the rate has jumped up from Kshs 49 million. He also observed that the total number of kenyans who have registered with the fund is around 6 million.
Also, the total number of transactions on both the USSD and mobile apps have been pegged at over 3.5 million with kenyans transacting a record 283 transactions per second on the fund.
This shows that a lot of Kenyans have greatly borrowed the hustlers fund money.
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