LAST UPDATED: 18th APRIL 2017
Kenya National Examinations Council has stopped the replacement of lost, defaced and burnt certificates. Anyone requiring replacement would instead be given a notification sheet indicating he or she sat the examination in question
Here are the requirements and steps needed to replace your lost KNEC certificate in Kenya. Continue reading
In our Previous article on what is NHIF and how to apply for it, we highlighted a few areas including
-Eligibility for the cover
-Benefits (inpatient and outpatient)
In this article, we will show you how to know your contribution status for the cover If you are an NHIF member.
ID xx xx xx xx
(Where xx xx xx xx) is your ID number)
You will receive an SMS reply indicating your;
-Year of birth
-Employer name (If employed)
In one of our previous articles regarding mobile money lenders in Kenya, we received a lot of positive feedback from our readers all over the world.
However, most of them are crying foul that they are unable to qualify for/increase their mobile loan limit. This in turn has led us to do thorough research and thereby come up with these key factors that will enable one to easily qualify and increase their mobile loan limit within a short time span. Continue reading
POST UPDATED: 8TH JULY 2017
Lets face it, there’s no such thing as ‘enough money’. Money in whatever proportion(s) will never be sufficient thus there’s always the need to look for more. Continue reading