President Dr William Ruto government is launching the hustler fund which, was promised during the campaign period at Nairobi.
While arriving for the fund launch Ruto and his deputy DP Rigathi Gachagua interact with 'Hustlers' minutes before the Hustler Fund launch.
DP Rigathi Gachagua won the hearts of many bought a shirt from a hustler from Umoja at KSh50,000.
While speaking to the press Kenya Kwanza leaders expressed confidence that the fund will change the lives of many people.
"We have about five million Kenyans whose major problem is to raise KSh 500- 50,000. The promise of the Kenya Kwanza government was to consider the bottom of the pyramid to ensure they are able to carry on their business daily." MP Geoffrey Ruku (Mbeere North) asserted.
The master of ceremony in the event is comedian Chipukeezy, who demanded that the politicians buy shirts from him.
"Customer wangu wa kwanza ni Sakaja lakini ako na deni yangu ya mia tano, niko na size ya Riggy G." -DP Gachagua buys a KSh. 1000 shirt from a hustler at KSH. 50,000," Chipukeezy asserted.
Trade cabinet secretary Moses Kuria expressed confidence that everybody whether in business or not, has a potential to be a business person.
"By next week everybody in this country will be a hustler business person," Moses Kuria asserted.
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