The launch of Hustler funds by his excellency, president William Ruto has elicited reactions countrywide. Leaders who are allied to the government have been seen drumming up support for this move by the government.
They believe it will have a major positive impact on the small to medium market enterprises. However, those in opposition have blasted the governments move with many questioning the repercussions Kenyans might face should they default the loan.
Azimio la Umoja leader, Raila Odinga has been on the forefront to critique the government. The ODM party leader feels the president is leading the country to the wrong direction. Few days ago, Odinga revealed that he is planning a massive demonstration against the government.
The move saw parties affiliated with Azimio la Umoja,KANU and Jubilee distance themselves from the plan. Odinga has further received another huge blow after Nandi senator, Samson Cherargei revealed what the government should do the veteran political leader. According to Cherargei, the government should not give Odinga police permit since Kenyans need to work.
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