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Alfred Mutua promises KSh0.5M to KSh1M loans to newlyweds if elected President

Presidential aspirant Alfred Mutua has pledged to give newly married couples a loan of between KSh500,000 and KSh1 million should he be elected president in 2022 elections.

Speaking at Nairobi’s Panari Hotel during he launch of his manifesto dubbed ‘fresh na Mutua’ on Sunday, Mutua said the loan would be payable in 20 years, at a rate of 0.5 percent.

The Machakos governor said Kenya needs a “reboot”, which can only happen through his leadership.

“The era of hakuna pesa will be history.”

He spoke on a raft of issues he says will reboot project Kenya, including employers paying employees twice a month – instead of once a month – to increase circulation of money in the economy.

Inside Alfred Mutua’s manifesto

On the issue of debt, Governor Mutua said his government would show the benefits of negotiating debt by trading with donor countries. In the process, Mutua says, he will even see into it that the loans have been waivered.

Mutua also promised to revitalize the local creative industry by making it a requirement that 80% of the shows and music broadcasted on television be produced in Kenya.

The Maendeleo Chap Chap party boss humorously suggested that his government would encourage the planting of trees to be used as part payment of dowry when he spoke on how his presidency would tackle climate change.

Having served as governor for two terms and having gone through the challenges of devolution, the presidential hopeful said he would ensure that counties get money from the national government on time.


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