Narok county controversial senator Olekina Ledama has sparked heat online after his strange calculations regarding the just launched hustler fund by president William Ruto.
According to the vocal Azimio legislator, if one borrows money amounting to Ksh 500 from the hustler fund, he or she is expected to receive Ksh 430 which would be less 8%.
The senator adds that if one fails to pay within 14 days they would owe the government Ksh 547 and if it extends for a month one would be expected to pay Ksh 1925.
However, this has not gone well with majority of hustlers who have since benefited or borrowed the money from the initiative terming Olekina's calculations as null and void attributing it to him being in the opposition.
Some have went to an extent of likening his mathematics to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) vice chair Juliana Cherera who led other three IEBC commissioners into disowning the presidential election results in August.
Below are the hilarious comments from netizens under his tweet;
Majority of Kenyans have already registered, applied and received the fund launched by president William Ruto and have strongly opposed the calculations by Olekina Ledama.
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