With the numerous stories of "wash wash" happening in the country, one might wonder where the Kenyan money is made and the process
Other than producing and recycling notes and coins in the country, De La Rue ensures that counterfeit money is easily detected in banks through its special security features to their customers around the world which ensure their currency is secured against the threat of counterfeit and fraud.
De La Rue does not produce money on daily basis but only after it has been contracted by the Central Bank of Kenya to print the genuine notes and coins when need arises.
De La Rue is usually out of bounce for normal Kenyans as well as politicians whereby it is manned 24/7 by highly trained personnel
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