The President of Kenya William Ruto, has been out of the country for the past few days where he has travelled and met with world leaders in London, United Kingdom and New York in the United States of America.
President William Ruto, as part of his campaign promises said that he will be lowering the cost of living in the country as well as getting Kenyans with small debts from the Credit Reference Bureau list.
This would see more Kenyans be able to get loans that would facilitate them to start a business of their choice in this economy.
The move has been highly welcomed by members from across the board and this afternoon, President Ruto has made a powerful statement regarding the same.
This morning, according to the available reliable reports that we have from President William Ruto, he has said that starting from next week, the Credit Reference Bureau list will be looked at.
President William Ruto has said that the government will from next week start reviewing the CRB listing formula.
He has said that he wants a mechanism put in place that lists lenders based on their risk rather than their general perception.
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