The safaricom company has today celebrated their AGM where they appointed a new chairman who took over from Michael Joseph. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, Hon John Ngumi was appointed as the chairman of Safaricom company.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the new chairman Hon John Ngumi will be taking over the position for five years before appointing another chairman. Safaricom company is the leading telecommunications network in the country. Safaricom has over fourty million users who always do transactions daily. It is now a right time for the new chairman Hon John Ngumi to improve the services.
Despite that, the safaricom company is expected to help in the coming general election during the transmission of votes to the main headquarters. All kenyans are urged to work together so that we can have a peaceful election this year. Remember to elect a leader who will bring change in our country.
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