According to news shared by NTV Kenya, in their Facebook page, Court orders Safaricom, CBK( Central Bank of Kenya) to suspend re-introduction of bank-to-Mpesa transaction charges days after the charges were imposed to their customers.
Court orders Safaricom, CBK to suspend re-introduction of bank-to-Mpesa transaction charges imposed on money transactions on bank to Mpesa transactions , Paybill among other transactions.
Kenyans had a hard time early this year while moving their money from bank to Mpesa account since some charges were to apply.
For example, those using paybill to pay for goods, a transaction cost of four shillings would apply.
These are good news to kenyans as they are now saved from over transaction charges imposed on money transactions.
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