Four weeks are almost gone since full in-person learning resumed in Kenya. Despite few challenges experienced here and there, the Ministry of Education is doing all it takes to ensure learning is going on smoothly from all schools across the country. Below are some of the education news you should check out. Thank you. 1. Education Ministry of Kenya distributed sanitary pads to 1,600,000 girls in government-sponsored primary schools, a program launched yesterday by Education CS Prof George Magoha at AIC Boarding
Safaricom is the leading telecommunications provider in Kenya.It has a market share of about 64% of Kenyan market as at 2020.Safaricom has a subscriber base of approximately 35 million.Safaricom dominance in the telecommunication industry is unrivaled.The late Safaricom's Chief Executive defended this dominance.
Safaricom Ltd is one of the telecoms service providers in Kenya. It is the largest telecommunications provider in Kenya, and one of the most profitable companies in the East and Central Africa region. The company has been in the country for the last 20 years. The giant company's impact has felt on the ground-penetrating all corners of the country and touching all spheres of life. Apart from providing the best network for Kenyans, Safaricom has been involved in several socioeconomic activities that have changed