Safaricom is one of the leading telecommunication in Kenya.Almost everybody in the country uses Safaricom for communication, money transfer through the M-pesa and E-banking services.They also have the credit borrowing services where can be credited even more than once.Safaricom brought the Fuliza services where their customers could benefit from by getting loans.
Safaricom Limited Company finally released the full year statements for the year ending March 2020 disclosing some of its performances as far as profitability is concerned.According to the Company's CEO Peter Ndegwa, the organisation realised a gross profit of Ksh.68.7 billion.The amount had however dropped by 6% from previous year's Ksh.73.6 billion profit.
Did you know that these people in various national positions are from the Nyandarua county.1.Chief of Defence Force.Gen Robert Kabochi.General Robert K Kibochi, is a Kenyan military officer.His origin is in Nyandarua county Ol-Karau sub county.Effective May 2020 to date, he is the Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) of the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF), the highest appointment in the Kenyan armed forces and he created history by becoming the first non-infantry officer from the Kenya Army to be appointed military boss.
Kenyans have taken to social media to protest the current predicament facing the largest telco in East Africa, Safaricom.Safaricom has been facing hurdles recently which has resulted in a public uproar with Kenyans blaming the Kenyan CEO.CEO Peter Ndegwa took over Safaricom after the death of long-serving Bob Collymore and according to Kenyans, the company has never been the same again.
Central Organizations of Trade Unions COTU Secretary General Dr Francis Atwoli and Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa.Central Organizations of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General Dr Francis Atwoli, has petitioned President Uhuru Kenyatta to advise the Safaricom company's Chief Executive Officer, Mr Peter Ndegwa over his plans to force the existing employees in the company to reapply afresh for their jobs.
Jemima Ndegwa is wife to Safaricom CEO Pater Ndegwa as well a very hardworking and supportive woman.Her husband is on record affirming that his wife once quit her career in marketing to focus on matters family especially in raising their son Ryan.Jemima Ndegwa is really a strong woman who has always supported her husband to ensure he achieved his dreams in life.
Safaricom PLC through Global for Partnership for Ethiopia together with other companies which includes; Vodafone, Vodacom, Samitomo and CDC group are aspiring for a market share in the Ethiopian telecommunication industry with a penetration rate of mobile at 45 percent compared to Kenyan mobile penetration rate at 119.9 percent as per Kenya Government’s Communications Authority.
Kenyans have reacted after Langata member of parliament Nixon Korir posted this on his official Facebook page.Through his official Facebook page Korir wrote "One Peter Ndegwa who is attempting to grab a play ground in Langata, Ngei 2 Estate will fail.Today he has visited the residents with goons in his attempt to grab the land.
Safaricom is one of the most largest communication company used in Kenya and also other parts of the world.Today Kenyans have woken up attacking the company CEO Peter Ndegwa because Safaricom experiences technicalities in internet and Mpesa.Grace: Safaricom is slowly loosing its value under Peter Ndegwa.
Safaricom is known for its innovations, productivity and as the leading telecommunications company in Kenya and East Africa.But what is happening, are they really losing it?Safaricom boasts a whopping 64.5% of the telecommunications market share.This is due to the fact that it has been a pioneer of many services in Kenya and Africa.
COTU Secretary General Bro.Francis, speaking during Labour Celebrations at Statehouse, has declared that Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa needs to be advised.According to him, the CEO can not ask senior Safaricom senior workers to reapply for their positions especially during this difficult Covid-19 era.
There seems to be a battle between the COTU Boss Francis Atwoli and the new Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa.Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa has come up with his managerial style that Atwoli is not happy with.Ndegwa wants over 6000 employees to reapply for there current jobs, move Atwoli calls insensitive and inhuman and its an offence to the workers rights.
Kenyans have overwhelmingly responded to an online assessment trying to weigh between late Bob Collymore and Current CEO of Safaricom Peter Ndegwa's effectiveness as the bosses of one of the biggest telecommunication companies in Africa.Kenyans on Twitter woke up expressing their outcry over the leadership of first Kenyan CEO Peter Ndegwa who took over after the death of Bob Collymore following his new management strategies and styles.
Yesterday,the Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli engaged Kenyans on twitter on a heated debate over the new proposed Safaricom's modes of operations.Reacting to the developments, Atwoli termed Safaricom's CEO Peter Ndegwa as dangerous to workers rights and the proposed restructure was a breach of the International Labour Organization's (ILO) job security act.
Safaricom is one of the leading communications company and service provider in Kenya and Africa, with over 30 million subscribers.The company Through its CEO Peter Ndegwa gave orders to its employees to reapply their current jobs as it is in a mission to restructure its mode of management while at the same time doing away with some employees.
Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli has named Safaricom supervisor Peter Ndegwa as the most perilous CEO the organization has at any point had.Is solid phrased explanation on Sunday, Atwoli said regardless of being the organization's first Kenyan CEO, Ndegwa is a danger to laborers' privileges.
Robert Alai a blogger has today defended the Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa.According to the blogger a leader do sets his own vision for a company just as Peter is giving Safaricom a road map.According to Robert Alai, Safaricom CEO Should not at all be involved in staff as working working with COTU.
The Central Organization of Trade Union (COTU) has expressed their disapproval of Safaricom's plan to restructure it's management mode.The union led by Francis Atwoli expressed concern of the workers job security, having been asked by the company to re-apply for their positions a fresh.
Late Bob Collimore is the former CEO for the giant telecommunications company in Kenya, "Safaricom."The current CEO is Peter Ndegwa who took office after his demise.Safaricom has continued to grow very fast with its profits increasing rapidly even under these conditions of the pandemic.
The Central Organization of Trade Union (COTU ) has laid out its concerns after controversial details emerged of an upcoming new hierarchical structure on the biggest network provider in Kenya.According to COTU, it's inhuman for Safaricom premier leader, Peter Ndegwa to alter with the usual structure of the company since it will probably render many of their credible workers jobless.