Kileleshwa MCA Robert Alai has sensationally claimed that the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party will soon launch a credit platform dubbed 'Inawezekana Fund.'
In a tweet on Wednesday, November 30, the controversial blogger-turned-politician claimed that the Inawezekana Fund will be accessible at an almost zero percent rate.
Alai alleged that Kenyans were being duped by the Hustler Fund that was launched by President William Ruto on Wednesday.
"We as Azimio will soon launch Inawezekana Fund at almost zero interest to show Hustlers that they are being duped. Fuliza domiciled in State House is dangerous," Alai tweete.
His remarks came after Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed challenged the Head of State to lower the Hustler Fund interest from 8 percent to 1 percent.
Junet said that some cooperative societies in the country were offering credit at a rate even lower than that, maintaining that if the president needed to change the lives of Kenyans, he could have lowered the interest rate of the Fund.
"There are cooperatives lending at 8 percent in this country and even lower than that. Why don't you make the interest rate 1 percent if you want to change the lives of Kenyans? Junet stated in Parliament.
While launching the credit platform on Wednesday President Ruto said that funds will be accessible to every Kenyan including those who had defaulted in other credit facilities.
"A friend of mine keeps telling me that every angel has a past and every sinner has a future. So even if in the past you have not been good at credit and you have been locked out of the credit system, the Hustler Fund is giving you a second chance," President Ruto said.