Former Gatundu South member of parliament Hon. Moses Kuria has hinted through his official facebook page hours after president William Ruto's meeting with Central Bank Governor and Safaricom CEO to remove the Names of Kenyans from CRB.
According to the former Gatundu South MP president William Ruto move to remove the Name of kenyans from CRB is a big win for Kenyans.
"CRB bye bye.Tutaonana baadaye What a very big win to Kenyan hustlers". Hon. Moses Kuria wrote.
according to president William Ruto he wants the CRB to be transformed from blacklisting bodies to credit scoring bodies, so that credit seekers can be loaned according to their credit scores.
President William Ruto is determined to remove Kenyans from CRB, from his speech, I can feel this is something deep down in his heart. Kenyans are suffering We can have a better way that does not mean you are either in or out.
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