Kenya's leading mobile service provider Safaricom has once again breathed a sigh of relief to a myriad number of its customers after announcing the introduction of a new, easy way of accessing M-PESA. Speaking via its official Twitter page account, the mobile network operator articulated that M-PESA customers can now enjoy the freedom of accessing M-PESA at the comfort of their couches by simply using a newly established USSD, that is, *234#. Giving a glimpse of the procedure to follow in the journey of accessing
Photo courtesy of the Safaricom chief executive officer (CEO), Mr. Peter Ndegwa. Safaricom has been one of the leading telecommunication companies in East and Central Africa, moreover in Kenya whereby they first laid the firm foundations. The company has Millions and millions of customers who in return trust the company, and mostly for the adorable services it offers.
The wishes of millions of M-PESA users to have a virtual debit card introduction may be fulfilled soon. Safaricom has announced that soon it will launch the card for international online payments as demand grows. This is a big relief to the many of the mobile money users as most use the service for many functions: resceiving and sending money, fuliza (an overdraft service), accessing mobile loans and savings through KCB M-PESA and M-SHWARI, paybill and till over the counter payment and other bill payment options.
The increase in number of Mpesa users makes mpesa a great financial service provider. M-PESA become part of Kenya's financial system because of the large amount of transactions it undertakes. This is because the many mpesa users are using mpesa services to;send and receive money, accessing overdrafts such as fuliza, accessing loans and savings like the KCB M-PESA and M-Shwari, and other bill payments.
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.
Just after he finished his meeting with president Uhuru, Deputy President William Ruto rushed to Lang'ata to join his Kenya Kwanza team for their campaigns before heading to Kahawa West for the same purpose. A huge crowd turned up for the daily and Kenya Kwanza fulfilled their mandate of popularizing their party to the best of their ability. The leaders present gave their promises of what they intend to do to the people of Kenya in the case that they win the coming general elections. While addressing the people
Kamene Goro has caught people's attention on different social media platforms. This is after she shared this post concerning her dream car that it's currently rotating on different social media platforms. According to the post, Kamene was passing some information towards netizens concerning the car she wants to have where by, she wrote saying that: Now this post of Kamene talking about her dream car has gone viral online where by, it's sparking mixed reactions currently. Many are out to say that Kamene is living
Photo courtesy of Safaricom Chief Executive Officer Mr Peter Ndegwa. Kenya's leading telecommunication company Safaricom has once again breathed a sigh of relief to mammoths of its customers after announcing the introduction of two new easy criterias they can use to send money from one number to the other.
Safaricom, Kenya's largest mobile network provider, has given KCB M-PESA consumers a sigh of relief by announcing the availability of conveniently available loans to assist them in meeting their short-term financial demands. Customers can now apply for a KCB M-PESA loan from the comfort of their sofas, according to the mobile service provider's official Facebook page, to help them meet their children's demands during the school reopening season.
Former Migori constituency MP John Pesa, who is gunning for the Governor seat ( Photo Courtesy) After spending the last 10 years in the political cold, former Migori MP John Pesa is back with a bang as he joins Governor race. In what is shaping up as a battle between Pesa and senator Ochillo Ayacko, expect political embers to flare in the race to succeed Governor Okoth Obado.
Photo courtesy of Safaricom Chief Executive Officer Mr Peter Ndegwa. Kenya's leading mobile network operator Safaricom has breathed a sigh of relief to mammoths of KCB M-PESA customers after announcing the availability of easily accessible loans established to enable them settled their shot term financial needs. Speaking via its official Facebook page, the mobile service provider divulged that customers can now enjoy the laxity of accessing a KCB M-PESA loan at the comfort of their couches to enable them settle their kid's needs during this school reopening season.
Safaricom, Kenya's largest mobile network operator, has provided a sigh of relief to KCB M-PESA users by announcing the availability of easily accessible loans to help them fulfill their short-term financial needs. According to the mobile service provider's official Facebook page, customers can now apply for a KCB M-PESA loan from the comfort of their sofas to help them meet their children's demands during the school reopening season.
A video has emerged where Tharaka Nithi residents telling Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture Peter Munya to stop criticizing Dp Ruto when he tried to attack him over the failures of Agriculture sector during his tenure as a minister. According to the video, Munya was boosting on how he has helped the Agriculture sector since he was appointed to the ministry by reducing the price of the fertilizer from where it had reached, he however, found it rough when he tried to attack Dp Ruto for failing the ministry through his ally Mwangi Kiunjuri, this forced the residents to intervene by saying "wachana na Ruto" (leave alone Ruto).
Did you know that Airtel airtime can be purchased through Safaricom's M-PESA service? If you are not aware, don't worry because this article is specifically for. Buying airtime for an Artel number is a very easy process stated below. First, on your cell phone go to the Mpesa menu and select Lipa Na M-Pesa as an option after that choose the Pay bill option and key in the pay bill number which is 220220 as the business number.
A seemingly angry Gatundu South member of parliament and Chama Cha Kazi party leader honorable Moses Kuria has today joined his fellow Kenya Kwanza Alliance leaders in attending a consultative economic forum in Busia County. While delivering his speech, MP Kuria has taken a swipe at the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga referring to his stronghold region as one with problems.
Betty Kyallo has raised eyebrows on different social media platforms. This is after she shared this latest post concerning money that has gone viral online. According to the post, Betty was telling Kenyans to look for money where by, she wrote saying that: Now this post of Betty telling Kenyans to look for money so that they can know the goodness of taking photos on the road sides has gone viral online where by, it's sparking mixed reactions currently.
Photo courtesy of Safaricom Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mr Peter Ndegwa. Kenya's leading telecommunication company Safaricom has once again shone a sigh of relief to the myriad number of its customers after announcing the introduction of a new easy way of checking Mpesa balances. Speaking via its official Twitter page account, the mobile service provider articulated that customers can now enjoy the altrustic freedom of checking Mpesa balances by simply engaging the imminent Safaricom Zuri.
Safaricom, Kenya's major telecommunications firm, has given mammoths of its customers a sigh of relief after announcing the launch of two new simple criteria they may use to transmit money from one number to another. Customers can now use the USSD code 334 and the established M-PESA app to conduct money transactions from the comfort of their couches, according to the mobile service provider's official Facebook page. Safaricom specified just phoning *334# or utilizing the implemented M-PESA app as the main approaches
Mr. Peter Ndegwa, the Chief Executive Officer of Safaricom, donated this photo. Safaricom, Kenya's largest telecoms firm, has eased many of its customers by announcing the implementation of two very simple criteria for transmitting money from one phone number to another. According to the mobile service provider's official Facebook page, customers may now conduct money transactions from the comfort of their couches using the USSD code 334 and the well-established M-PESA software.
(photos courtesy) Barely two days after Diana Marua, musician Bahati's wife released her first single, she is now trending again after it was revealed how much she will be Charging for a single show. Diana launched his new rap single in a colorful event where a huge number of musicians from all walks of life attended.