Kenyans eagerly waited for the promised Hustler Funds. President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto promised during his campaigns that there will be a hustlers fund without any interests. Kenyans had anticipated for a lot of money. But to the surprise of many, the hustlers fund has 8% interest is as low as Kshs 500.
Kenyans have been left talking and asking more questions than answers after what president William Samoei Arap Ruto's close ally said about the Hustlers Fund. According to TV47 News Kenya, Embakasi North Constituency Member of Parliament Hon James Gakuya said that Kshs 500 is a lot of money for hustlers. He argued that people selling sweets and roasted maize on the streets require Kshs 500.
"Kshs 500 is a lot of money and I can tell you people make revenue out of that amount. People who sell roasted maize or sweets along the streets require capital of Kshs 500 - 1000: - MP James Gakuya (Embakasi North)." Tweeted by TV47 News Kenya
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