Deputy President William Ruto has stated that he is committed to enacting strong legal and financial policies to help Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises develop.
According to the DP, promoting MSMEs will help 80 percent of Kenyans who rely on small company revenue become economically empowered.
To safeguard small company owners from shylocks, Ruto said he will make funds available to them through local cooperative societies at low-interest rates.
Kenyans to contribute to NHIF based on their level of income
Expand tax base and do away with unnecessary taxes
Restructure revenue collection in kra
Renegotiate country’s loans
Remodel country’s economy to region-centric
Raila Odinga, the Azimio’s presumed presidential candidate, has launched a comprehensive plan to overhaul the jua kali artisanal sector in order to create jobs and stimulate economic growth.
Raila’s idea is part of a hoped-for political coup against Deputy President William Ruto in the fight for the economically disadvantaged, dubbed “hustlers” in Kenyan parlance.
The policy is known as the Recognition of Prior Learning Policy, and it’s already in the works.
Inua jamii pesa mfukoni;
6000 to every poor household
Kazi kwa wote; aimed to create jobs and revive SMEs
Uchumi kwa akina mama. Roll out affordable loans to women owned businesses
One county one product; Establish industries in every subcounty
Baba care; universal healthcare
Prior learning and recognition of artisans
Fukuza njaa- expand food security and sustainability