The Kenya kwanza government is working towards ensuring that all the promises made by the president during the campaigns are fulfilled.
President Ruto launched the hustler's fund which is anticipated to help small business enterprises. He was accompanied by his cabinet secretaries and top CEOs from different companies and other financial institutions, where he shared more rights in the fund.
During the launch, several hustlers had a chance to sell their goods at exorbitant prices to the leaders. What however had caught the attention of Kenyans was a picture of one man who was dressed very well while selling Mahinda Choma.
Mwalimu Dida was the leading Kenyan to react to the photo. He says that the look of that man was just more than a man roasting and selling maize who disguised himself as a hustler.
"I will never buy mahindi choma from a clean-cut-well dressed man. This man's collar is clean. The guy has an expensive cheget. How is he surviving with that trademark Kalenjin jacket near hot jiko? Watu so wajing a".
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