Among the prominent government figures who have arrived at the Green Park terminus in Nairobi County this morning are President William Ruto, Vice President Rigathi Gachagua, and Prime Cabinet Secretary Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi.
President William Ruto will unveil the highly anticipated Hustler Fund today, and a high-profile group of leaders has already arrived.Former Kiambu county governor Ferdinand Waititu, also known as Baba yao, stood out as he arrived for the high-profile event and is one of those who have arrived at the meeting in style. He has been absent from the spotlight in public for some time.Cabinet secretaries Moses Kuria of trade, investment, and industry, CS Machogu of education, and Muturi of the attorney general are among those present at the event.
Aisha Jumwa, the cabinet secretary for gender and public service, and Johnson Sakaja, the county governor of Nairobi, are also present. Small businesses and borrowers of personal loans with a 14-day repayment term are the focus of the hustler fund.
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