It must be a very good day for traders and hustlers across the country as Senior and Prominent leaders took the intiative of empowering them.
Indeed the conversation has changed and bottom up economy approach is largely embraced across all political camps.
Led by Deputy President William Ruto, Senior Counsel James Orengo largely empowered women traders today as they posted on their respective social media platforms.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Attached please find their bold and empowering remarks as they posted it on their twitter hurdle timelines.Picture for illustrative purpose.
This attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*At the heart of the Hustler Nation’s transformation agenda is an army of vibrant and enterprising women and youth who, for many years, have been disenfranchised from engaging in the productive and meaningful development of our country.
*Empowering small-scale traders is one of the reasons we young kenyan will always support you.
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