The deputy president William Ruto today was in Mombasa county where he commented about the Fuliza Mpesa interest rates which was updated in few days ago. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto defended Kenyans by saying that they cannot afford the sic percent interest rate.
This has come few days after Safaricom updated it's terms and conditions of borrowing the money. The service was helping alot of people in the country where anyone was able to borrow the money when in need. The interest rate which has been updated is going to affect Kenyans who don't have job. The deputy president William Ruto urged the company to reduce the interest so that kenyans can benefit from it.
It is now clear that life is going to be hard to some kenyans who don't have enough jobs. Despite that, some kenyans have critized the deputy president William Ruto for intervening the private sector. They urged the deputy president to focus on politics so that he can lead the next government. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance so that we can overcome this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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