Deputy President William Ruto has been promising kenyans in his rallies to improve the economic standards by all means this agenda has been giving him a political mileage ahead of his competitors. His claims that over 15 millions kenyans are blacklisted in the Credit Reference Bureau (CRB) and how he is determined to ensure that their names are no longer blacklisted by providing alternative means of borrowing through repaying with little or no interests, has been bought by Majority of kenyans.
Kenyan youth are defaulting on loans at an alarming rate, according to new statistics from the Credit Reference Bureau (CRB). With 17 million potential borrowers, the youth make up the majority and have discovered innovative ways to circumvent the system in order to obtain new loans while failing on previous ones.
The Metropol Credit Reference Bureau (CRB) have launched a product that would give a reprieve to Kenyans who are struggling to pay their loans under the current depressed economy In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, the institution developed the Covid-19 Loan Restructure Product to enable Kenyans to engage safely and remotely with their lenders to negotiate loan re-structure terms while Launching the product, Metropol Corporation and Group Managing Director Sam Omukoko stated that the product would allow custo
Aspirants eyeing the Kakamega gubernatorial seat are burning midnight oil in their quest to pick runningmates ahead of the next year's elections. The ten contestants are reportedly crafting their would-be county cabinets with an eye on the voting blocs in the county. These include Senator Cleophas Malalah, Deputy Governor Philip Kutima, Lugari MP Ayub Savula, former Senator Boni Khalwale and former Cabinet Minister Amukowa Anangwe.