Tag: Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa
"M-Pesa revenue recorded strong performance growing 45.8% YoY in H1 FY22 following the return to charging at the beginning of January 2021. Total transaction value grew 51.5% YoY to Ksh13.71 Trillion while volume of transactions grew 42.0% YoY to Ksh7.3 Billion," the company noted.
Safaricom Telecommunications Ethiopia PLC was set up early this month after the consortium led by Safaricom was awarded the licence to operate telecommunication services in Ethiopia. The Global Partnership for Ethiopia consortium brings together Vodacom Group, Vodafone Group, Sumitomo Corporation and CDC Group. The companies from Kenya, South Africa, Japan and the United Kingdom have proven experience in telecommunications with large-scale network deployment capabilities, operations and service provision.
The company has partnered with Google to enhance the adoption of 4G by the Kenyan population
Airtel continues to attract more subscribers with better rates while Safaricom records lowest duration of phone calls
Safaricom's calculations man tapped for greater task. CEO Peter Ndegwa says replacement will be announced in due course
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