Shortly after being launched a section of leaders have expressed their mixed reaction towards hustle funds. Azimio MPS led by Mathare constituency area Mp Antony Oluoch, Embakasi East Babu Owino and David Mwenje are the latest to express their reaction they have termed the just launched Hustle Fund as a ‘pyramid scheme’ aimed at rigging out Fuliza, banks, and other small lenders.
They questioned the source of the funds and it's legality.MPs suggest that the money may be drawn from the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF) and taxes of Poor Kenyans.
"We have not received our CDF money and we suspect that this is part of the money that is being channeled to this Hustler’s fund ".Anthony Oluoch – MP, Mathare
They vow to stop any attempt to carry out any expenditure outside the legislation and call for the consolidation of the various funds given by the government into one. It comes after the government announced that it will set a side over 50 billion for the program.
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