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"Customer Wangu Wa Kwanza Ni Sakaja Na Ako Na Deni Yangu" Drama At Hustler Fund

At a ceremony taking place in Nairobi, the government of President Dr. William Ruto is kicking off the hustler fund that was promised during the campaign period.

Ruto and his deputy deputy prime minister Rigathi Gachagua interact with "Hustlers" as they are making their way to the fund launch. This takes place a few minutes before the launch of the Hustler Fund.

The Democratic Party (DP) Rigathi Gachagua, who won the hearts of many people, spent KSh50,000 on a shirt from a hustler in Umoja.

Peter Ndegwa, the Chief Executive Officer of the leading telecommunications company Safaricom, won the hearts of many people when he paid KSh200 to a Hustler for a cigarette.

The leaders of Kenya Kwanza expressed their optimism to the press, saying that they believe the fund will improve the lives of a great number of people.

"We have about five million Kenyans whose primary problem is to raise KSh 500 to 50,000. This is the most difficult financial challenge they face. The government of Kenya Kwanza made the pledge to prioritize those at the bottom of the economic pyramid and ensure that they are able to continue operating their businesses on a daily basis. Geoffrey Ruku, the Member of Parliament for Mbeere North, stated.

The comedian Chipukeezy is acting as the master of ceremonies for the event, and he has demanded that the politicians purchase shirts from him.

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"Customer wangu wa kwanza ni Sakaja lakini ako na deni yangu ya mia tano, niko na size ya Riggy G." Chipukeezy made the assertion that "DP Gachagua buys a shirt that costs KSh. 1000 from a hustler for KSH. 50,000."

Moses Kuria, the cabinet secretary for trade, is confident that everyone, regardless of whether they are currently engaged in business or not, has the potential to be a business person.

Moses Kuria predicted that by the following week, every person in this nation would have taken up the profession of a business entrepreneur.

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Democratic Party Hustler Fund Peter Ndegwa Safaricom Umoja

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