It is indeed that this year has been of the hardest years ever in the lives of many Kenyans. Kenyans have been forced to dig deeper in their pockets to get goods and services as the prices of major products hiked this year. All hopes are in new year of 2023 as they expect the condition to atleast change. However, the prayers of many Kenyans might be hitting the rock as the condition might be even tighter on them than before.
Kenyans have been incurring zero Shillings in transferring cash from bank accounts to Mpesa accounts. After Central Bank of Kenya announced the change in this transaction, banks are expected to start charging Kenyans significant amount on this transaction. You will be therefore be forced to pay for this service starting tomorrow 1st January. Therefore if you wish to transact cash to Mpesa for free, do so before today midnight. Also, the electricity bills are set to rise beginning January. Will this leadership of President William Ruto revive this economy or people will continue to suffer this way the whole of 2023? What are your expectations?
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