Hon. Raphael Wanjala, a member of parliament for the Budalangi constituency, criticized President William Ruto's administration on Tuesday, June 6th, in an interview with TV47.
Speaking, Wanjala called Ruto's decision to establish the hustlers fund a "fuliza" way of getting money, accusing him of obstructing other loan agreements like the Uwezo Fund, the Youth Enterprise Fund, and many others.
In his opinion, the government is somehow betraying the other loan agreements because previous administrations allegedly used them as a conduit for funding for Kenyan citizens, a practice that he himself engaged in under former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Additionally, he accused William Ruto of defrauding Kenyans by promising that the hustlers fund would be free, but it surprised him when it turned out to have an unexpected interest rate.
As Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition, prepares to meet Kenyans tomorrow at the Kamukunji grounds for a consultative meeting, he makes these remarks.
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