Many of Kenyans mostly the youths having jobless despite some of them completing their high level education,president William Ruto together with his team had to come up with an agenda on how to help them coming with bottom up and hustler funds agenda.
Kenya kwanza coalition has launched hustler funds after been one of their key agenda during their previous campaign. Many Kenyans have been blacklisted from taking loans and now are set to get relief on much needed funds.
Kenyan government is trying to lift bottom up through these funds as majority of youths are unemployment. During the launch of this funds,Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has shown a lot of support since been elected as vice president of Kenya,during the launch,he has surprised many after splurging Ksh 50k on mtumba shirt.
Also during the event, Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja bought a shirt for Ksh.5,000, as a sign to support the agenda while Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa paid Ksh.200 instead for a smokie.
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