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The restrictions on operating hours for bars, restaurants and entertainment joints also played a part in shifting consumer habits as less time was spent in spots where beer consumption was traditionally predominant.
Musunga revealed that throughout the new campaign, Tusker will undertake several targeted initiatives through which Kenyans will be celebrated around the country. The guiding areas will be in line with Tusker’s cultural pillars of sports, music and arts.
“We are pleased that KBL has continued to stand by us, even now, under the tough COVID-19 environment. It shows that, indeed, KBL is passionate about sports and the value it brings to the country. This sponsorship will no doubt be very important in preparing the team which will be representing us in the games,” Tergat stated at an event held to announce the sponsorship.
With bars' operating hours in Kenya restricted due to Covid-19 restrictions, many bartenders have been engaged in other activities even as others grapple with unemployment and wage cuts. It is expected that the program will offer them an opportunity to use the time on their hands to upgrade their skills to world-class standards, placing them in a good position to bounce back from the shocks of the pandemic.
Extension is aimed at giving bar owners more time to apply for the Ksh330 million fund following a relatively busy holiday season
Receiving the award, KBL’s Head of Sustainability and Engagement Arnolda Shiundu said that the company was committed to continuously improve operations and create shared value to the entire operating eco-system
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Kenya is putting many thousands of shillings in the pockets of those at the bottom end of the pay scale than any of her counterparts, Uganda and Tanzania, in East Africa - it has the highest minimum wage.