Hustlers seems to have been dealt a huge blow by President William Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza government over the lofty promises he made during his campaign period.
What came out to be a huge blow to hustlers who voted for president William Ruto is the free hustler's Fund by President Ruto which has been turned into funds with interest.
During campaign period, president William Ruto had promised that his government will set a side 50 billion Kenyan shillings for hustlers with small businesses to elevate them.
In his speech at Kericho stadium and Uhuru Gardens during Mashujaa respectively told hustlers that his 50 billion hustler's Fund will be ready by December but with a single interest digit unlike during campaigns.
"Kenya Kwanza will dignify the business of every ordinary Kenyan. That is why we are setting up a sh 50 billion Hustler fund so that small enterprises can access interest free credit to facilitate their growth , hence supporting more livelihoods," President Ruto was quoted saying on July 26 while campaigning.
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