Safaricom Scores Big; See What Peter Ndegwa Said Amidst Of the Celebration.
By Ariana-news | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 0 views
Today Safaricom limited company has scored big by winning a top taxpayer recognition award. Through their social media account, the CEO took time to thanks all employees and customers of Safaricom for contributing to their great win. He also extended his gratitude to the shareholders, business and even the government as it is beloved everyone sees Safaricom as a vital substance to their transactions.
"We also acknowledge that this recognition of a top taxpayer is a result of being a successful company that has a clear vision, purpose and strategy; and a company that supports a broad stakeholder base including Government, Community, Businesses and Individuals." Peter Ndegwa says.
"As a recipient of this award for 13 years in a row this recognition speaks to our commitment in following the required tax regulations as we continue to support the economy through job creation, taxes and duties that we pay." Watch the video whole speech here.https://t.co/YGOqKAmzH5
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