As 2022 general elections are nearing, top Kenyan politicians are seen moving from one place to another fir campaigns. In doing that, they are making Kenyans aware of their manifestations when they are elected as leaders in the government.
Today, the deputy president Willam Ruto had been addressing the residents of Makueni county. In his speech, the deputy president Willam Ruto focussed on his famous agenda of bottom up economy. He said that he will give ksh.120m to small scale traders.
This is the money that will enable them to get loans from their respective places. The loans are you be invested in the small scale trading which will enable them to develop.
Deputy president Willam Ruto also promised that the loans will not charge much interest on repaying. This will consider the fact that the investments were under small scale traders.
He said that the government has been giving ksh.120m for the CDF funding, and this will be applied same to small scale traders come next year.
Do you think this will be fulfilled or will be like other promises fro different politicians?
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