Good News To All Kenyans As Safaricom CEO States The Service Which Kenyans Will Enjoy From Home
Chief Executive Officer of Safaricom Mr. Peter Ndegwa has today revealed a service that all Kenyans will be enjoying from the comfort of their homes. ( Photo of Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa for Illustration purposes only) He stated that Kenyans will be able to access the county government services just by using the Mycounty app in the smartphones.
CEO Peter Ndegwa Reveals How President William Ruto's Hustler Fund Has Affected Safaricom
Safaricom Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Peter Ndegwa now says that the launch of the government’s flagship project Hustler Fund late last year has immensely impacted the company’s customer base on both its M-Pesa and Fuliza facilities. According to him, Safaricom which is the leading telecommunications network service provider in the country has gained 2 million users since the launching of the Hustler Fund by the Head of State.
Mpesa Services Disruption Tomorrow, Saturday, as announced by Safaricom.
Safaricom Announces System Maintenance, Services to be Affected Safaricom, the leading telecommunications company in Kenya, has announced that there will be a disruption of services due to scheduled system maintenance. The maintenance is aimed at enhancing the company's infrastructure to support innovations and meet growing customer demands.
Why Safaricom's Profits Are On The Decline Third Year In A Row: Opinion
The biggest telecommunication company in Kenya is facing a decline in profits. Safaricom limited since the new leadership of CEO Peter Ndegwa has failed to flourish. The upward trajectory evidenced in the past years is no longer there. Below are some of the reasons the company is customer base.
Expect Disruption of Mpesa Services Tomorrow, Saturday.
Safaricom has announced that there will be disruption of services due to system maintenance. The services that will be available are Lipa na Mpesa, Buy Goods and services, Mpesa Business to customer -B2C, Business to Business -B2B, Daraja Portal and all Mpesa APIs. Other available services are the Lipa na Mpesa portal, Dealer portal, MPESA Organisation portal, International Money Transfers (Western Union), Mpesa Global,M-pesa App, Safaricom App,M-Shwari, KCB MPESA,M-Kesho, Hustler Fund,Fuliza New Limit Allocation, Pinless Top Up and IoT services.
Why Gachagua Has Been Forced To Start Begging For Food From People After He Became Deputy President
Deputy president and UDA deputy party leader Rigathi Gachagua has revealed that he has been forced to start begging for food from people, most of whom are foreigners ever since he became the deputy president of the country. Speaking in a function earlier today, Gachagua says that he has been forced to approach people who colonized Kenya and others to beg them to give him for food so as to save kenyans who are starving.
NEWS JUST IN: CEO Ndegwa Reveals How President Ruto's Hustler Fund Has Affected Safaricom
The Hustler Fund, the government's flagship programme, was launched late last year, according to Safaricom Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Peter Ndegwa, and it has had a significant impact on the company's subscriber base on both its M-Pesa and Fuliza facilities. He asserts that since the Head of State's establishment of the Hustler Fund, Safaricom, the nation's top provider of telecommunications network services, has added 2 million new members.
'Hustler Fund has added 2 million M-Pesa users.' Safaricom CEO says.
As of right now, Hustler Fund, the government's flagship project, has had a significant negative influence on Safaricom's client base on both its M-Pesa and Fuliza facilities, according to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Peter Ndegwa of Safaricom. Speaking on Citizen TV's Tonight Show on Thursday, Mr. Ndegwa disclosed that the pilot credit fund established by President William Ruto has resulted in a startling two million more M-Pesa customers.
After Ouster of John Ngumi As Safaricom Board Chair, Ruto's Ally Now Wants CEO Peter Ndegwa Sacked
President William Ruto and Don Bosco Gichana. [Source/The Don] A close ally of President William Ruto now wants Safaricom Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Peter Ndegwa sacked. Don Bosco Gichana, who was eyeing Kitutu Chache North parliamentary seat on UDA, said Safaricom should drop Ndegwa after ousting John Ngumi as the chairman of its board.
Revealed: What President William Ruto Did in State House Before Attending Police Pass-out In Nyeri
(Photo Courtesy). President William Ruto is presiding over the Pass Out of Police Constable in National Police College Kiganjo, Nyeri County. Before attending the event, President William Ruto met with 2 CEOs of different network companies in State House. Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa, Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub and their management team met with President Ruto in State House who acknowledged them for the success of Hustler Fund.
Safaricom Lands In Elgeyo-Marakwet With Super Network, Health Goodies
Elgeyo-Marakwet County is set to benefit from Safaricom Network connectivity following plans to install more boosters. Safaricom Chief Executive Officer Peter Ndegwa said the leading telco had identified 15 sites to install boosters across the county which is expected to improve mobile network connectivity in the area. Speaking when he paid a courtesy call to Governor Wisley Rotich over the weekend, Mr Ndegwa said the leading telco would also consider the Governor's request of improving maternal health in the county through Safaricom Foundation.
Bad News to Safaricom After Details Emerge on Why They are Set to Lose Ksh 2 Billion
Safaricom projects to lose Sh2 billion in the financial year ending March 2023 after the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) cut mobile termination rates (MTR) by 41.4 percent. This will be a major lost to the leading telecommunications company which has dominated the industry since time immemorial.
JUST IN: Safaricom Directs All Customers to do The Following Before Sending Any Money
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Safaricom, Mr. Peter Ndegwa, provided the image. One of Kenya's telecommunications firms, Safaricom, has updated its instructions for all of its clients who live near Kenyan borders. The mobile network provider today warned all users to exercise extreme caution before sending any money over M-PESA via its verified Twitter page.
Safaricom Makes Major Changes on Its Board Staff
Safaricom has made major changes on its board after announcing the appointment of a new member which was approved by the Board of Directors yesterday 5th January, 2023. The new board changes as published in the Daily Nation, has seen the appointment of Adil Arshed Khawaja, an advocate of the High Court of Kenya as a director of the board.Mr Khawaja who has over 30 years experience in his legal profession is recognised as a leading name in the Kenyan legal profession and has been globally recognised in various practice groups as one of the most sought-after lawyers in the country.
Kenyans React after Fuliza Subscribers Now Able to Withdraw from Mpesa Agents
For last time Safaricom customers could make some transfers of Fuliza amount to other mobile money accounts. But also they could make payments via Lipa Na M-Pesa or buy airtime. The Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa said that they reduced the daily maintenance fee by 50% for transactions of KSh 1,000 and below.
Safaricom Hands Kenyans Good News On Bonga Points
The country's leading telecommunication company, Safaricom has handed Kenyans good news following today's announcement. In a statement, as confirmed by Nation, the Telco has reversed an earlier update that bonga points will be expiring after every three years. Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa The company has dismissed claims that it has never directed it's customers over the same, saying that at no point will bonga points will expire.
Safaricom Makes A U-turn On Bonga Points Expiry Plan Says It Never Announced Such A Plan
Safaricom Company Limited Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Peter Ndegwa speaking during a past company meeting. Photo courtesy. The largest and most profitable telecommunications company in East and Central Africa region Safaricom Limited, has made a u-turn on its decision to have bonga points of over three years expiring as from this year, disowning the early reports from November last year saying at no time did it make such an announcement to its subscribers.
Safaricom To Lose Sh 2bn In Call Tariff Cut
Safaricom undertakings to lose Sh2 billion in the monetary year finishing Walk 2023 after communication Authority of Kenya (CA) cut versatile end rates (MTR) by 41.4 percent. This will be a significant lost to the main broadcast communications organization which has ruled the business since days of yore.
Safaricom Delivers A Powerful Message To Its Customers, And Tells Them To Do This
Hello guys and welcome back again for another great Article. Talking on their Twitter account, The biggest telecommunication company in Kenya Safaricom has informed all Customers to not share any personal information with anyone claiming to be a Safaricom Agent. (Photo Courtesy Of Peter Ndegwa CEO of Safaricom)
What President William Ruto Did In State House Before Attending Police Phase-out In Nyeri.
(Photo credit) The graduation of police constables from the National Police College in Kiganjo, Nyeri County, is being overseen by President William Ruto. President William Ruto met in State House with the heads of two different network businesses before going to the event. President Ruto met with Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa, Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub, and their management teams at the State House and thanked them for the Hustler Fund's success.