Recently, president William Ruto together with a host of top government officials thronged the new Green park terminus in Nairobi county for the launch of the highly touted financial inclusion fund also known as the hustler fund, a key campaign promise for the Kenya Kwanza alliance.
And now, national assembly speaker Hon Moses Wetang'ula has weighed in with his remarks on the hustler fund that was launched by president William Ruto recently.
Kenyans have already borrowed hundreds of millions from the financial inclusion fund according to a statement in the senate by Kakamega county senator Boni Khalwale, a statement he attributed to cabinet secretary Simon Chelugui. The product that is currently in the market is the personal loans feature with other additional services expected to be rolled out in the coming months.
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