Uhuru Believes the 2010 Constitution Ties His Hands. He Wants it Changed

[ad_1] The time to take stock is now, according to President Uhuru Kenyatta. Today marks the 10th anniversary since Kenya promulgated the 2010 constitution. Calling the 10 years eventful would be an understatement. You might recall that President Kenyatta, while he was Deputy Prime Minister in the Grand Coalition government, was vehemently opposed to adopting… Continue reading Uhuru Believes the 2010 Constitution Ties His Hands. He Wants it Changed

Diamond Trust Bank posts a 36.5pc drop in net profit to Sh2. 6bn in H1’20

[ad_1] NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 27 – Diamond Trust Bank Kenya has reported a 36.5 percent year on year dip in Profit after Tax to Sh2.6 billion in the first half of the year.  This is even as loan provisions surged 249.2 percent year on year to Sh1.9 billion. Top-line performance was supported by Non-Interest Revenue,… Continue reading Diamond Trust Bank posts a 36.5pc drop in net profit to Sh2. 6bn in H1’20

Afreximbank Provides $400 Million to the Export Trading Group

[ad_1] Afreximbank (The African Export-Import Bank), Africa’s foremost multilateral trade finance institution, has provided a $400 million revolving global credit facility to the ETG (Export Trading Group). The credit facility seeks to enable ETG to keep connecting African farmers to markets, alongside expanding access to essential inputs to boost agricultural productivity in Africa. In the long… Continue reading Afreximbank Provides $400 Million to the Export Trading Group

MPs Want Kazi Mtaani Scrapped – Kenyan Business Feed

[ad_1] Kenyan Members of Parliament (MPs) want the Kazi Mtaani initiative launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta scrapped saying it was poorly planned and is just an avenue to steal via corruption the taxpayers’ money. The MPs told Ukur Yatani, the Treasury Cabinet Secretary that the initiative did not make sense and that the government needs… Continue reading MPs Want Kazi Mtaani Scrapped – Kenyan Business Feed

Kenyan Manufacturers Urged to Embrace Emerging Technologies

[ad_1] NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 27 – Kenyan manufacturers have been urged to embrace and adopt emerging technologies during the current COVID-19 Pandemic, to help them stay in business and remain sustainable in the future. SYSPRO Africa Head of Solutions Engineering Deirdre Fryer says research conducted last year on the state of manufacturing in Kenya by… Continue reading Kenyan Manufacturers Urged to Embrace Emerging Technologies

PAIX enters Kenyan data centre market: The Standard

[ad_1] PAIX has announced entry into the Kenyan market. The firm is a pan-African provider of cloud and carrier neutral colocation data centre services. The construction of the Nairobi data centre “PAIX Nairobi-1” has already commenced at Britam Towers and is expected to open in November 2020. PAIX’s new data centre facility in Kenya is… Continue reading PAIX enters Kenyan data centre market: The Standard

Jambojet Customers to Pay for Flight Tickets using Bonga Points

[ad_1] NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 27 – Jambojet’s customers can now pay for their air tickets using Bonga Points following a partnership between the regional low-cost carrier and Safaricom. The partnership will allow Jambojet customers redeem their Bonga Points to purchase air ticket to any of its six local destinations namely Nairobi, Mombasa, Diani, Malindi, Kisumu,… Continue reading Jambojet Customers to Pay for Flight Tickets using Bonga Points

Firm supports makeup enthusiasts: The Standard

[ad_1] #LintonsTakeover winners (Left to right) Marketing manager Lintons, Winnie Mutegi, Maggy Njau (Editorial makeup look winner), Winnie twinnie (creative look/blend work winner) and Natasha Buteme (Creative beauty look winner). Lintons Beauty World ran a competition seeking to encourage young makeup enthusiasts to use their creative spirits to create fun and unique looks to showcase… Continue reading Firm supports makeup enthusiasts: The Standard

Agricultural technologies, innovations key for agri-business resilience during COVID-19 : The Standard

[ad_1] Dr. Emmanuel Okogbenin As governments across the globe strive to curb the spread of COVID-19, it is becoming imperative now more than ever to promote agricultural technologies and innovations during these unprecedented times to cushion smallholder farmers and agri-businesses against the negative effects and impacts of COVID 19 pandemic. Accordingly, African governments, seed companies,… Continue reading Agricultural technologies, innovations key for agri-business resilience during COVID-19 : The Standard

All the properties, cars Ngirita family had bought with Sh. 400 million loot

[ad_1] Ngirita Family NYS: On Wednesday August 26, 2020, Justice Mumbi Ngugi ordered five properties and one motor vehicle owned by the Ngirita family be forfeited to the state. The properties include a parcel of land in Waitaluk in Kitale, measuring 0.70 hectares and registered in the name of Sylvia Ajiambo Ongoro. Justice Ngugi dismissed… Continue reading All the properties, cars Ngirita family had bought with Sh. 400 million loot