Hon. Raphael Wanjala, a member of parliament for the Budalangi constituency, criticized President William Ruto's administration in an interview with TV47 on Tuesday, June 6.
Speaking, Wanjala referred to Ruto's decision to establish the hustlers fund as a "fuliza" method of money-making and accused him of obstructing other loan agreements, including the Uwezo Fund, the Youth Enterprise Fund, and many others.
Raphael Wanjala uttered, "Serikali ya Fuliza."
In his opinion, the government is somehow violating the other loan agreements because prior administrations allegedly utilized them to funnel funds to Kenyans, just as he had done under former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
He went on to accuse William Ruto of defrauding Kenyans by claiming that the hustlers' fund would be free, but it turns out that it has an unexpectedly high interest rate.
Just today, one member of Parliament from ODM broke the silence and said that Ruto's government used tricky Kenyans when they were looking for votes during campaign time, as Ruto promised Kenyans that he would release the Huslers Fund.
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