Junet Mohamed has criticized William Ruto for establishing the hustlers funds, which charge interest. Junet Mohamed claims that the president changed his mind after making a campaign promise that the hustlers' funds would be free and never be subject to interest.
President William Ruto should stop charging interest rates of 8%, according to Junet Mohamed, as doing so is against the law. President William Ruto misled to Kenyans during the campaign season before he decided to start charging them tariffs, as is evident now.
Most hustlers who have received money have been instructed not to pay since it is unjustified by Junet Mohamed. He makes it abundantly clear that because the funds were given to Kenyans, they should be consumed without payment.
President Ruto did, however, reassure Kenyans that his administration was committed to assisting those at the base of the economic pyramid. Ruto has made it clear that he is committed to helping Kenyans grow their businesses because that is what really counts, not what his detractors have to say about him.
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