The August 9th General Elections are 40 days away to the D-day and every political faction is lining up its manifesto and promises it will deliver to the kenyan voters if and when they get to be elected to power. Kenya kwanza candidate DP William Ruto has excited netizens especially the young tax after he promised to offer free internet and calls all over the country if he is elected the 5th President of Kenya.
Speaking at the launch of Kiambu County hustler funds dubbed 'pesa mfukoni' organised by Moses Kuria's Chama Cha Kazi party. Ruto said that just like the electricity's last mile project, it is possible to offer free internet to every corner. The internet would be made possible by connecting it to the electricity grid taking it every where the grid reaches. He said that Kenya Kwanza had done research and mapping out of its feasibility and cost and they found that it was possible to make internet free at a cost of around Ksh38 Billion.
He also promised to make the hustlers funds available up to the ward level making it readily available to small business. It will help to target mama mbogas and youth at the lowest level in their ward where they will be able to get business education easily. This hustlers funds would help protect small businesses from high interests charged by credit "predators" comapny that take advantage of small businesses by charging high interest rates.
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