The Kendu bay town is located in Karachuonyo constituency in Homa bay county. It took Kenyans by surprise as the town is reportedly has no any single bank that can facilitate easy transfer of funds from one account to another. Kenyans were shocked if a town could operate without a single bank. The Netizens took it on hand urging those intrested to get maximum profit to try everything they have to establish a single bank within the town. Even though the town has a huge population who can do transaction on a daily basis, the residents were surprised after it emerged that there is no single bank in the region and no one even bother to establish a bank in the region.
According to the NTV report residents within the town has to move either to the next town which Homa Bay a distance of around 100km to access bank services or even travel to Kisumu city to access the bank services. This issue has left many Kenyans in surprise with others indicating and urging investors who want to reap maximum profit to establish a bank in the town.
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