Chair of public account committee Hon John Mbadi who is as well allied to Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition has reacted to President William Ruto's latest move.
Speaking via his official twitter handle, Mbadi who doubles as National Chairman of Orange Democratic Movement party has warned Kenyans about Hustlers fund advising them. against being deceived by Kenya Kwanza's government.
Mbadi has termed Hustlers fund as being similar to other funds citing that it's Kenya Kwanza's business and therefore kenyans will miss Raila Odinga's monthly 6000 had he won the presidential election.
" Kenyans don't be deceived. Hustler's fund is just a loan like any other. Ni biashara yao wameanza. you will dearly miss Baba's monthly 6000 social protection", he wrote.
His remarks comes off when Kenya Kwanza's diehards are in celebrations as now small scale businesses can take loans at a cheaper rate and pay in 14 days time.
However, defaulting the loan will result in to a jail term of five years or a fine of ksh 10 million, something which has raised mixed reactions from kenyans.
Meanwhile, let's wait and see what will happen next.
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