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The Kenya Kwanza government has officially launched the Hustlers Fund as it had promised during the Kenya Kwanza campaigns. The fifth president of Kenya has launched the funds with the aim of helping Kenyans especially from low and middle class to start or improve their business.
According to president William Ruto, Kenyans don't have to travel to banks or in saccos and queue to get the funds. You just require your phone and the funds will be credited to your mobile number provided that you are over 18 years. One is required to dialing *254#.
The Hustlers Fund will be available to all Kenyans and also to some groups. Every person has a different limit depending on the credit score which for individual ranges from Ksh 500 to Ksh 50,000. One will have atleast 28 days to pay his or her loan completely. Will the Hustlers Fund improve people's businesses? Here is the live video.https://www.facebook.com/187678903140/posts/pfbid0SWJswqcZH1dgmtF3hmT33bvnres5tqb68iGCwHx1F78F2jZcGqoeYtHmfzDEu1ZTl/?app=fbl
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