Junet Mohammed has castigated the president William Ruto for launching the hustlers funds which has interest rates. According to Junet Mohammed, during campaigns, the president had promised that the hustlers funds would be free and it would never attract interest rates but changed his mind.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/JunetMohamed/status/1597932458972180481?s=20&t=U50120mES04vushVeTpU8w
Junet Mohammed wants president William Ruto to stop charging 8 percent on interest rates because such is illegal. Junet is clear that President William Ruto lied to Kenyans during the campaign season before he changed his mind to charge rates to Kenyans.
Junet Mohammed has urged majority of the hustlers who have received money not to pay because it's unwarranted. He is clear that Kenyans who have received the funds should eat it and pay nothing because it's their taxes.
President Ruto however assured Kenyans of his administration's desire to help those at the lower level of the pyramid. Ruto has made it clear of his commitment to support Kenyans boost their businesses because that's what matters and not what critics say about him.
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