President William Ruto during today's Jamhuri day celebrations at Nyayo Stadium.
President William Ruto has taken on the opposition politicians who are critising his Hustlers Funds which is already being taken by Kenyans.
The president who was speaking at Nyayo Stadium during the Jamhuri day celebrations wondered why opposition politicians are opposing the scheme yet for them they have got access to better loans.
He further wondered why they are opposed to Hustlers fund which is giving Kenyans loans at affordable Interest rates yet they are taking loans from banks which are charging even higher rates.
The tough talking president asked the leaders to let the Hustlers fund be and allow Kenyans to borrow the loans freely.
"You are borrowing your mortgage at 3% yet you have the capacity to borrow from your bank at 14%. Why do you want to derail the hustlers who today are suffering from shylocks and predatory lenders?" Ruto asked.
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