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Fuliza Mpesa is one of the most used services by Kenyans as it always comes in handy especially during these tough economic times.Earlier this year it was established that Kenyans do borrow nearly 1.2 billion Kenya Shillings per day on fuliza.Most Kenyans however have never borrowed a single cent on fuliza as they have a limit of zero.
Have you ever found yourself sending money to the wrong MPESA number and how many times you have found yourself in this mistake?Many people tend to do this at some point and finally blame Safaricom due to this mistake.Safaricom have but various measures to ensure that no one sends money to the wrong number.
Earlier today, Cherenganyi Constituency member of the national assembly Joshua Kutuny launched an attack on Kenyans whom he accused of applying double standards.Kutuny took issue after kenyans took to social media to launch attacks at the international monetary fund (IMF).
Although there is no guaranteed process to increase your ammount, then that doesn't mean you can't increase your limit at your own comfort.We have a system that enables you to tripple up your fuliza limit in just limited time.
Mutahi Ngunyi on twitter says that by Christmas, kenyans will have borrowed twice what international monetary fund is loaning Kenya and they will borrow it from only one source which is Fuliza.
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To increase your limit, it's advisable that you continue using the Mpesa services regularly and also ensure that your loans are paid on time by topping up your Mpesa account.
Kimani Ichung'wah on twitter responded to Joshua Kutuny his post by saying that he knows Kutuny can't get it yet they expect parliament to be the solution.Kimani Ichung'wah continued asking Kutuny if he knows the person who benefits from Fuliza.
Fuliza M-PESA is a service that enables you to complete M-PESA transactions with insufficient funds in your account.Borrowing of Fuliza requires that you must have attained a given limit with its maximum goes up to Kes 70,000.
Political commentator Mutahi Ngunyi has blasted Kenyans for complaining to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) about loaning Kenya, claiming Kenyans lack the moral authority to do so.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OKOA JAHAZI AND FULIZA FROM ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE.
Kikuyu Member Of Parliament Kimani Ichungw'a has insisted that kenyans will not need to get money from Fuliza.Fuliza is an overdraft service provided by Safaricom, where customers can withdraw more money than what they have in their phones.
Famous Political Analyst, Mutahi Ngunyi tells Kenyans not to pressurize the government on Matters Loans.Taking to his Twitter account where he has over 1 million followers, he angrily told Kenyans that you are loan maniacs and therefore should not lecture Uhuru on Loaning.
Kenya has increased its public debt by more than sh 1 trillion in the year of covid-19 pandemic after the government received the first installment of the latest sh 257 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Hon Joshua Kutuny has slammed Kenyans who are criticizing President Uhuru Kenyatta for taking loans from the international body's Hon.Joshua Kuttuny posted on his Facebook page saying that Kenyans are preaching Water and drinking Wine.
Prof. Mutahi Ngunyi; Photo/ courtesy Several Kenyans have criticized the professor over his remarks on Twitter.Ngunyi, had bashed Kenyans who were furious with the International Monetary Fund for lending the government Ksh 261 billion.
The government and the president have received alot of criticism after the loan they took from IMF.Kenyans are claiming that this is too much and we shouldn't take any more loans.Senators also had a debate on this same issue that Kenyans aren't happy with.
Borrowing is becoming a norm in this country.Figures have indicated that a majority of Kenyans survive on loans.According to Mutahi Ngunyi, Kenyans are loan maniacs.He says that Kenyans Fuliza a whooping 1.2 billion shillings every day.