Azimio’s Kamkunji rally has treated Kenyans to a lot of drama with leaders saying nasty things about Kenya Kwanza government headed by Ruto.
Azimio have accused Ruto of lying to Kenyans during the campaigns. One of the things that has remained prominent in the rally is the issue of Hustler’s Fund. Raila and his allies claim that the fund which was promised to be free should remain as was promised and no Kenyan should pay and treat it as grant.
Dennis from Mukuru kwa Njenga has told those who have already taken the loan to use it well. However, he has told them that they should not pay back because it was supposed to be free money. He says Kenyans are too broke at the moment and they cannot afford to repay the Hustler’s Fund.
“We will borrow the Hustler’s Fund and we will not pay. We will not pay. Ruto promised that it would be free money and that is what it should be. Let us not repay,” Dennis has said.
Sifuna has also supported him saying that Kenyans should not repay as life is not easy at the moment.
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