More than one month after the hustler fund was launched,several concerned Kenyans have rasied queries on various issues surrounding the fund.
Homa Bay Township MP Peter Opondo Kaluma has alleged that the 50 billion hustler fund was being run by computers without any management board or any known system or structure.He opined that,the way the hustler fund was being handled posed a risk to the country since there might be no one to be held accountable incase the didgit system collapsed.
"50 billion Hustler Fund being run by computers; No Management Board, system/structure.Who will be held accountable the day the digital system is collapsed," the concerned MP questioned.
The MPs sentiments augur well with the queries raised by high court advocate Ndegwa Njiru who raised queries on the hustler fund after statehouse spokesperson Hussein Mohamed shared updates on the fund's uptake on Sunday.
The lawyer questioned the validity of Hussein Mohamed's qualifications in accountancy after he shared the update.He also questioned him to reveal to Kenyans the commercial banks which are holding the savings on behalf of Kenyans
"Hussein Mohamed boss when did u become an accountant? Who conferred upon you the functions of the auditor general? Stop this media nonsense we were treated to the same by @OleItumbi for four years tell us which commercial bank is holding the savings," the high court advocate wanted to know.
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