President William Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza government have today implemented on of their campaigns pledges by unveiling the Hustler Fund. Today Ruto replaced the collateral system that was always been built around title deeds, log books and securities after he launched the Hustler Fund. Several politicians in the new government were present during the launch. Some of them like Ndindi Nyoro, Moses Kuria and even Mudavadi gifted the hustlers by buying items from them or giving them money to start their own businesses.
However, a section of Azimio leaders have lauded the move by the president and advised him on what he can do on the 6,000 Social Security Fund that Azimio leader Raila Odinga has outlined as one of his plans in his manifesto. Embakasi East Member of Parliament has accepted the move. According to reports by reliable sources Babu Owino said, "We advise the President to combine the Hustler Fund with the KSh6,000 social protection fund and the Kazi mtaani money and give every Hustler a minimum of KSh100,000."
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