William Ruto who is the deputy president of Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that We cannot move forward as a country if more than 14 million Kenyans blacklisted in the Credit Reference Bureau cannot engage in any meaningful economic activity due to their inaccessibility to funding. This comes after William Ruto had a very successful rally in Meru county today.
Jameson tweeted, "As a DP are you aware that the government State House Kenya has done away with blacklisting individuals with loans less than 1 million untill 1 year elapses, or you are not informed because you are campaigning January to january? Don't use poverty to gain political mileage."
Harry gee tweeted, "Pay for them sir instead of giving them handouts in every rally. Since you started campaigns am sure you have spend similar of what the youth are being asked to pay."
Staccous seko tweeted, "Why not go directly to CRB and clear off these debts and show leadership by clearing up the debts for people, ask for that registry, you’ll have done what no other leader will dare do all candidates dash out money you are not different."
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