Photo courtesy of the Safaricom chief executive officer (CEO) Mr. Peter Ndegwa. Safaricom has been one of the leading telecommunication companies in Kenya, East and Central Africa regions at large. The company has been on the fore front in giving most efficient services to it's customers and the entire Kenyan citizens in general.
The government of Kenya through the ministry of Information, Communication and Telecommunications (ICT) has set the number of sim cards one should have after setting up a new regulation that will curb fraud and misuse of SIM cards. In the revised draft of the Kenya Information and Communications (Registration of Telecommunications Service Subscribers) Regulations, 2022, Kenyans will be required to own a maximum of 10 SIM cards.
In the country, there are more than three telecommunications which have been serving millions of Kenyans. Safaricom, Airtel and Telcom are well known in the country with millions of subscribers countrywide. The government have been issuing new guidelines to protect all Kenyans personal data through registration of all Simcard in the country.
Recently, the government issued new guidelines and encouraged all Kenyans to register their SIMcards as soon as possible. Most Kenyans were able to follow new directives while some have not registered their SIMcard as per the guidelines. According to the source, new details have just emerged about Simcard registration.
Photo courtesy of Safaricom Chief Executive Officer Mr Peter Ndegwa. Kenya's leading mobile service provider Safaricom has once again issued a mega directive to its customers, notifying them of what they need to do with the newly established M-PESA app. Safaricom today directed its customers embodying the newly established M-PESA app to Uninstall it from their phones then reinstall it.
Safaricom has said that when consumers use lipa ma M-pesa services, their contacts and personal information would be blocked. This measure, according to the telecommunications behemoth, is aimed at preventing consumers' sensitive information from falling into the hands of criminals. Starting in July of this year, Safaricom will only display the customer's first name and a few digits of their phone number, essentially masking the customer's identity.
Kenya's leading telecommunications service provider with the Best data, & voice plans, strong & affordable home, and business Internet connection in Kenya. The company is giving free data bundles that last from 12 am to 6 am. However, there is a new trick you will required to use to make your purchase to last for 7 days.
Kenyans cam now own a maximum of up to 10 Sim cards according to the latest regulations by the ministry of ICT. This is a move to curb the ongoing fraudster that have been coning Kenyans and misuse of SIM cards. Kenyans over 18 years Will be required to provide their identification card, birth certificate or a passport while registering for a new SIM card. In a revised draft of the Kenya Information and Communication Regulations, subscribers will only be allowed to register a maximum of 10 Sim cards. When parents
Safaricom telecommunications company said that they are planning to start blocking customers contacts and it her details when they use lipa ma M-pesa services. This move, the Telecommunications giant say, is geared towards curbing personal information of customers landing on wrong hands of fraudsters. Starting July this year, Safaricom will only display the first name of the customer and a few digits of the phone number, effectively hiding the identity of the customer.
Unless you're using a generator, a solar panel, or a car battery to cater to your domestic power needs, I'm certain that you are using electricity supplied by Kenya power. The point is that Kenya's power is the nation's primary power supplier and a monopoly.
Students who wish to apply for Engineering related courses should ensure that the institution where they will be trained is approved by the EBK and that the training programme is also accredited by the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK). If either is not credited, the board does not recognize any of the training the student has received.
MPesa services have made Kenya be one of the top countries in the world to embrace online transactions. Increase online transactions have had immense benefits to the society but so has it brought some unseen challenges. One main challenge is how minors can access the service. To deposit or withdraw money to your Mpesa account, you need to be above 18 years old.
Mathira Member of Parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua. (Photo courtesy). Nyeri County Governor His Excellency Mutahi Kahiga and Mathira Member of Parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua are key allies of Deputy President William Samoei Ruto that hail from Nyeri County and Mount Kenya region at large. Rigathi has been a member Tanga Tanga sect of the ruling Jubilee Party right from the beginning.
The Kenyan government, through the Ministry of Information, Communication and Telecommunications (ICT), has imposed a limit on the number of SIM cards a person can have after enacting new regulations to prevent SIM card fraud and misuse. Kenyans would be obliged to own a maximum of 10 SIM cards under the updated draft of the Kenya Information and Communications (Registration of Telecommunications Service Subscribers) Regulations, 2022.
Thursday, May 12, 2022 marks a decline in the net profit for Safaricom, which now stands at Sh67.49 billion. A consumer takes money out of their account at an M-Pesa outlet. Credit for this image goes to File | Nation Media Group Written by Julians Amboko and Brian Ambani
Several new regulations designed to reduce fraud and misuse of SIM cards have been implemented by the Kenyan government, through the Ministry of Information, Communication and Telecommunications (ICT). The number of SIM cards that can be held by a person has been set by the Ministry of Information, Communication and Telecommunications (ICT).
According to new regulations set by the government in its attempts to curb fraud and misuse of Sim cards, Kenyans are now advised to only have a maximum of 10 Sim cards. The new regulations set by the Ministry of Information and Communication(Registration of Telecommunications Service Subscribers), the revised draft of Kenya, all Kenyans are not allowed to own not more than ten Sim cards.
Kenyans can own a maximum of 10 sim cards. This is according to new regulations set by the government in its attempts to curb fraud and misuse of sim cards. The new regulations by the Ministry of ICT indicate that adult Kenyans will be required to provide identification documents such as ID Cards, birth certificates and passports when registering new SIM cards.
The Government of Kenya has affirmed its commitment to ensuring effective digital connectivity and access across the country in a bid to enhance service delivery to Kenyans. Speaking on behalf of State Department for Broadcasting and Telecommunications PS Ms.Esther Koimett, during the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in collaboration with Kenya *ICT Action Network (KICTANet)* at the Strathmore University, Ms Juliana Yiapan noted that the Government through policies such as the National ICT Policy, the Broadband Strategy and the Digital Economy Blueprint; among others, has continued to enhance digital inclusion.
After FKF President Nick Mwendwa resigned from his post, his deputy Doris Petra is going to take over his position. Although she has been working under Mwendwa for years, very little is known about her and very few people know her. It will be an historical event given that no woman has in the past been the head of the football governing body.