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    Uhuru lands a Multi-Billion Deal in France [PHOTOS]

    President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed a public-private partnership (PPP) deal worth Kenya Shillings 180 Billion with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron. President Uhuru arrived in France and was welcomed by his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron then proceeded to inspect a guard of honor mounted by the French military at the start of an elaborate State […] More

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    Here is President Uhuru Kenyatta’s 2020/21 Budget breakdown

    Kenya has received money from IMF, World Bank, African Development Bank and from the EU, this is according to Treasury CS Ukur Yatani. ”We have received financial assistance from the following partners; KSh. 78.3B from IMF, KSh. 108B from World Bank, Ksh. 22.5B African Development Bank, KSh. 7.5B from EU in form of grants,” CS […] More

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    The Bid to Remove the Capping of Interest Rate in Kenyan Banks Faces a Tough Opposition from the MPs

    The National Treasury proposal to amend section 33 (b) of the Banking Act contained in the Finance Bill 2019 is strongly opposed by the parliamentary committee members. Parliamentary committee members claimed that if the capping of interest rate is removed, Kenyans will be subjected to expensive credit at the expense of commercial banks. The acting […] More