Recently, the Viva world cup commenced and this is one of the best moments for those who enjoy football. However, the football fans through enjoying their great moments watching football, can actually earn some money through various sites which provide for online betting on football matches and if the bet is right, they earn money. There are various sites which support this services and they are fully registered and genuine and in Kenya, the most common are SportPesa and Elitebet.
SportPesa is the earliest to be established and have ensured that their customers have earned money by Continue reading ...
Cash crop farming is one of the leading economic activities in Kenya , Kenya a country located within the tropics is preferably suitable for the growth of most crops available in the word. Agriculture is said to be the pillar of Kenya’s economy followed by tourism and other sectors hence the following are some of the cash crops grown in Kenya;
This is one of the most cultivated crops in Kenya and has served as a stable economy in the following areas of the country; Kericho, Bomet, Nyeri, Mt. Elgon, vihiga, Limuru, Kitale, Kirinyaga and various other small scare a Continue reading ...
African Development Bank Group East Africa Regional Resource Centre is located in Khushee Tower on Longonot Road in UpperHill Nairobi.
The postal address of African Development Bank Group in Nairobi is P.O. Box 4861-00200, Nairobi.
The telephone contcats of African Development Bank Group in Kenya are 2998230, 2712925, 2712925, 2712926 and 2712928. The Fax is 0202712928.
The email address of African Development Bank Group in Kenya is email@example.com.
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Tea Board Of Kenya has offices located in Tea Board House on Naivasha Road, Off Ngong Road in Nairobi.
The postal address of Tea Board Of Kenya is P.O. Box 20064-00200, Nairobi.
The Tea Board Of Kenya can be contacted via these telephone contacts; (020) 3874758, 3872497, 3874445, 3874446, 3872861, Wireless phone numbers (020) 2536869, 2536886, Mobile numbers 0722 200556, 0733 600944, Customer Service Line/hotline 0739333019 and 0728068027. The Fax Details are (020) 3862120 and 3876337.
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Central Bank of Kenya is located in Central Bank of Kenya Premises on Haile Selassie Avenue in Nairobi.
The Central Bank of Kenya postal address is P.O. Box 60000-00200, Nairobi.
Telephone contact of Central Bank of Kenya is (020)2860000. The email address of Central Bank of Kenya is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Recently, the president of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta launched `Inua Jamii Cash Programme` in Kenya. `Inua Jamii Cash Programme`was launched in Murang`a County, and it is a conditional cash transfer system that is aimed to utilize Ksh 12 Billion every year.
The president launched a social welfare program in Kenya which is aimed to benefit the extremely poor people in the society. The government of Kenya has been recemtly launching development programs in Kenya which aim at eliminating poverty, making youths in Kenya productive and ensuring growth of entrepreneurial culture Continue reading ...
Starting and operating your own Mpesa business in Kenya is usually a dream come true, this has been made easier with Safaricom telecommunication Company in Kenya. Safaricom in Kenya gives an opportunity to ordinary citizens to be Agents of Mpesa services in Kenya whicle earning. M-pesa is a money based transfer system by Safaricom in Kenya which was first launched in March of 2007. Mpesa in Kenya allows users of Safaricom to deposit money, transfer money and withdraw money irrespective of their location in Kenya.
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Agriculture is Kenya`s main contributor to GDP (gross domestic product) in Kenya. This means Agriculture is the backbone of Kenya`s economy, due to its significance in economic growth. Farmers in Kenya are involved in both small and large-scale farming of crops and livestock. For many farmers in Kenya, other than cash crops such as coffee, fruits seem to a better economic activity due to demand and high profits in Kenyan Market.
One of the common fruits in Kenya is bananas. Banana fruits in Kenya are extensively cultivated as a staple food and also as an income generating activity b Continue reading ...
Pan African life insurance in Kenya has in the recent years introduced a new cover policy to Kenyans that ensures all your funeral expenses will be covered with the least complexity in the unexpected event of death. Pan African life insurance in Kenya ensures complete coverage of funeral expenses in Kenya hence lightening the load considerably for a bereaved family in Kenya which reduces the stress that comes with funerals and funeral arrangement. Change in life is inevitable, however the things that are not inevitable in Kenya are taxes, unemployment and death. Fortunately we can do someth Continue reading ...
Kenya keep on revolving and becoming a technologically proficient country as time goes by. Equity bank in Kenya, together with Google has provided Kenyans with a chance to pay for matatus and merchandise using cards in Kenya. This is an easier way of making the bulky way of carrying around cash escapable in Kenya. One can now just carry a card and electronically pay for everything using it, without having to withdraw cash from banks or mobile phones in Kenya to do so.
Kenya is now catching up on levels of innovations especially where Consumers can now enjoy quick and easy cashless b Continue reading ...
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