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Uhuru's Today's Visit To London Dealt A Blow As UK Makes Some Demands To Be Fulfilled First

As president Uhuru Kenyatta and some of the delegation prepares to have an official visit to United Kingdom, fresh demands has been made so as to know if they are eligible to set their feet in London or not. According to the report from Business Daily Newspaper,UK now demands Kenya delegation to take advance corona virus tests ahead of today's UK trip.UK has advised president Uhuru Kenyatta and his delegation to take a PCK test and not any other.

  4 months ago ago
Uhuru's Today's Visit To London Dealt A Blow As UK Makes Some Demands To Be Fulfilled First

BUSINESS

Relief To All Kenyans Whom Had Defaulted Their Loans Or Listed In CRB

In what happens to be a relief to Kenyans with loans, the Central Bank of Kenya ordered various banks and loaning institutions to seek it's approval before declaring dividends on its current financial status, which has made them to spare customers with unpaid loans across the country in which according to a report by Business Daily Newspaper, KCB bank that partenered with Mpesa to provide Kenyans with the KCB-Mpesa loans is among the companies that have been forced to put aside some Money to clear the debts

  1 year ago ago
Relief To All Kenyans Whom Had Defaulted Their Loans Or Listed In CRB

POLITICS

Huge Win For Kenyans as State Surrenders to a Recent Uproar

Taxes are inevitable but can only be compromised to ensure that people are not overstretched as they go about their daily activities. Every regime usually plays safe by ensuring that there is a balance between progress and sustainability. Failure to quarantee a balance between the two may trigger other challenges .

  3 months ago ago
Huge Win For Kenyans as State Surrenders to a Recent Uproar

POLITICS

Reprieve as MPs are Set To Table a Bill That Will See Corrupt Politicians Locked Out

Corruption has continued to gain roots in various sectors in Kenya despite persistent fights by regimes to eradicate it .Several state institutions and agencies like the courts, EACC, DCI and DPP have been working hard to eliminate the vice but all efforts seem to be boring no fruits as the situation appears to worsen year in year out .

  2 months ago ago
Reprieve as MPs are Set To Table a Bill That Will See Corrupt Politicians Locked Out

BUSINESS

Joy As Safaricom Makes A Major Announcement To It's Customers

Photo: Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa Safaricom telecommunication service provider has continued to boost it customers during the Covid-19 period due to their charity donations and various support intiatives. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit the country and affected us negatively the Telecommunications Company was among the first mobile money providers who waived charges on Money transactions that is less than 1,000 Ksh. Safaricom public licensed company has helped many people through the donations from the Safaricom

  1 year ago ago
Joy As Safaricom Makes A Major Announcement To It's Customers

ECONOMY-FINANCE

New Twist In The Controversial Aror And Kimwarer Dam Scandal As The This Details Emerge

Aror and Kimwarer multipurpose dams were at the verge of construction before a scandal was effected leading to its cancellation .The project worth 63 was set to be built at Kerio valley in Elgeyo Marakwet county with an aim of electricity generation and facilitation of irrigation to the vast Kerio valley dry lands.

  1 month ago ago
New Twist In The Controversial Aror And Kimwarer Dam Scandal As The This Details Emerge

BUSINESS

"Wanatafuta Ya BBI" Kenyans React After News That The Government Is Aiming For Another COVID-19 Loan

Following the recent developments, Kenya has been on a downward spiral with respect to curbing the spread of COVID-19. Since the reopening of the economy, schools and churches, Kenya has experienced a spike in cases and also an increased in the number of deaths. Earlier this morning though, there were reports on the Business Daily Newspaper, that said that the Kenyan government was looking for a second loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and this angered Kenyans. For the second time in less than

  1 year ago ago