President William Ruto and the Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua enjoyed roasted maize during the Hustler Fund launch in Nairobi.
"President Ruto, DP Gachagua enjoy roasted maize during the Hustler Fund launch in Nairobi", stated NTV Kenya.
President William Ruto has officially unveiled the Hustler Fund. The lending process will be done as stated below.
"President William Samoei unveils the Hustler Fund. He detailed how the lending will be done as follows;
Personal Loans: from Ksh 500 to Ksh 50,000 (launched), Micro-loan: from Ksh 50k to 500k, for those in groups/SACCOs/Co-operatives-up to Ksh 10 million (to be launched in June 2023)", Tuko.co.ke.
President William Ruto also used this opportunity to explain the difference between the Hustler Fund and other loans. He said that the hustler fund doesn't need a committee compared to other loans.
"President William Ruto explains the difference between Hustler Fund and other loans: 'sio lazima ujue mtu yeyote, hapo kwa Hustler Fund committee ni wewe na simu yako', President William Ruto.
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