Following the ongoing Safaricom press, NCBA and KCB press briefing where President William Ruto has attended. During a a briefing statement, Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa has broke his silence and made new changes in fuliza.
According to his statement, Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa has announced that starting from 1st October, all Kenyans will enjoy free off the daily fee for transactions below one thousand Kenyan shillings and it should take three days.
"From 1st October, All Kenyans will enjoy Fuliza free off the daily maintenance fee for transactions below Ksh. 1,000 and below 3 days," said Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa.
Peter Ndegwa added that the fee will be taking three days so that you will be charged hence some people will have gotten enough time to repay the fuliza.
This is a great move taken by the Safaricom since most Kenyans have been suffering a lot by paying extra fee from fuliza.
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