The president together with his deputy President have been touring the Luo Nyanza region for a two day trip. The trip came to completion today. Yesterday Ruto visited Homabay and Kisumu, today he was in Siaya county.
The Siaya county residents used the opportunity to urge the President to add the limit for hustlers fund. This was the response they gave to the Deputy President after he asked them if they have been able to benefit from the fund. In unison the residents shouted 'iongezwe' and Gachagua told them not to worry since the President had heard their plea and he might consider their suggestion.
The residents admitted to have be beneficiaries of the hustlers fund and even requested that there should be an increment in the loan's limit . It is clear that Luo Nyanza residents are in agreement with Ruto's hustlers fund project.
What's your take on this? Should there be an increase in hustlers fund limit? Kindly leave your thoughts in the comments section.
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