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President Ruto Taken to Court as Group Want His Latest Move Declared Illegal

President William Ruto's Hustlers Fund platform is on the verge of being forked out of Kenya Kwanza government's agendas as a civil society group has taken a bold move which seems to be a stumbling block for Kenya Kwanza to fully meet their campaign promises.

According to a publication done by Wednesday's Standard, a civil society group led by professor Fred Ogolla wants Kenya Kwanza's Hustlers Fund initiative declared illegal by court having already filed a petition in Milimani high court.

As per report, Ogolla argues that the fund was not approved by national assembly considering that any money directed to kenyans should be contained in financial budget.

Ogolla further claims that the government is unlawfully breaching data privacy of kenyans by asking MPesa pins whenever one accesses the platform.

Via the petition, Ogolla has instructed the court to order Hustler fund to make it public it's operation office, company and list of directors, a case which will kick off on January 23 2032 with respondents named as Cabinet secretary for national treasury and Parliamentary Budged office among other nine others.

Their bold move comes off just few days after reports emerged alleging that kenyans have failed to pay back their loans.

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