Kenya has great potential and unlimited possibilities. Her people are funny, out-of-ordinary, noisy and a bit too political. Either way, no doubt that Kenyans are talented and brilliant.We tell success and funny stories of talented, hardworking and determined Kenyan individuals, groups and companies.
When you study the top 10 most successful companies in Kenya, the dynamics and uniqueness of Kenya as an investment destinations come out very clearly. Kenya has been ranked as the 10th among the largest and the fastest growing economies in Africa with a GDP estimated to be more than US$ 44.5 billion according to the world bank figures. The Kenya's GDP is expected to grow with more than 5.2% by the end of 2014. Following are the top 10 most Successfull companies in Kenya
Top 10 most successful companies in Kenya
1. Safaricom Ltd
With over 20 Million subscribers and an estimated market share of over 70% the company is arguably the most successful in this region. It has the widest modern mobile network coverage in Kenya and
prides in its experienced shareholders who include Vodafone Plc and the Government of Kenya. Safaricom is considered the most successful company in Kenya because is has, within less than a decade, been able to revolutionize the communications industry in Kenya by introducing attractive tariffs, a nationwide
network of effective dealers, high caliber staff and management.
I mind my own business and I am looking for serious partners. My phone, My business, My life
I am an Airtime sub-dealer based in Nairobi with a permission to operate anywhere in Kenya.; I earn when I make calls and when my associates make calls. If you really want to to know how I do it, then get in touch. This is only for those who wish to make a difference in their lifetime.
Monday of 29th September, 2014 was another one; the luminary of the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy
(CORD) – Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga (former Kenyan premier), was publicly whipped
at Kinango Market, in Kwale County. The perpetrator of this hilarious felony,
if not a misdemeanor- raia (ordinary
citizen),Lengo Mudzomba was arraigned in a court of law on Tuesday afternoon;
charged with a case of assaulting the CORD
Why do you think
philosophers like Socrates, Plato and Aristotle; are called great thinkers? Is
it because they had more powerful brains than ordinary human beings? Or is it
that they were closer to God than us? No, I think they knew that their birth on
earth was to cause a rebirth.
Today is my birthday (Sincerely). I
had forgotten and it has taken a text from my bank for me to wake up to this
realization. I looked at the text and wondered why the bank should keep on
reminding me that my death is certainly inching closer. Are banks turning
themselves to doomsday prophets? Is it because they are holding my minimum
balance? --Are these rhetorical questions? What is a rhetorical question by the
I naturally like discussions and
I have spent a considerable part of my adult life discussing issues with
friends and associates. What makes debates interesting is the fact that different
people view different things differently. We do not, all, see a glass being
half empty; some see it as half full when others even doubt the existences of
the glass in the first place.
IF THIS DOESN'T RING A BELL, THEN YOU PROBABLY HAD AN 'E' IN ENGLISH
Can Kenyans speak good English?
The answer to this question is probably a big NO, but wait a minute and let us give ourselves the benefit of doubt. I know you have all gone to school and i am not going to lecture you on how to speak properly and communicate effectively. My advice is only this: Chose your words carefully. How to use the right words?
I grew up in a strictly-Christian family where prayers were
the most common ritual. I still pray and I strongly believe in the
unquestionable power of prayer. I also believe that God answers our prayers.
The minister for education, Prof.
J.T. Kaimenyi should here this!
When I was
in school, my mother always told me this: “Peter, read very hard, pass very
well, then go to university and do a very good course; finally, get a very good
job and ensure the job is permanent and pensionable.”
A popular upcoming Kikuyu artiste Kimemia Wa Jane (Pictured) is a singer with a noble mission. He
has chosen to join the famous NACADA chairman John Mututho in the fight against liquor abuse.
His song titled, ‘Jabero’
is certainly a hit and has been voted overwhelmingly by his loyal fans in
Kikuyu radio stations, Kameme, Inooro and Coro F.M.s. In fact, the song was
number one in Kameme FM countdown in a programme known as Ririmbuka hosted by Kamau wa
Kamlesh AKA Njamba ya Mbuthi.
Today was certainly a difficult day for me; with impossible decisions to make, impossible weather and terrible circumstances; however, these quotes on a small hand-written card, kept me going.
"You can begin right now to feel healthy; you can begin right now to feel prosperous, you can begin right now to feel the love that is surrounding you even if it is not there. What will happen is that the universe will correspond to the nature of your song; the universe will correspond to the nature of your inner feeling and manifest that; because, that is what you feel." Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith- The Secret
Don't spank me as yet, of course, not all of them lie.
I heard one guy say that 99% (and this is unverified) of the ladies he has met in the last 5years, lied about their age. To me this was a very interesting observation.
Do you know how many Kenyans are in jail?
We may need to check this one with the relevant authorities; but from what I have gathered so far, In 1911, there were 6,559 inmates in Kenyan prisons. You can now do your maths based on population growth and the tremendous rise in the levels of deviance( as we approach the end times-as one pastor said).
Have you ever bothered to compare maps for different countries?
Some look like pumpkins, others look like donkey-heads ( forgive my bias). Take Chile; for example, it looks like a long chain of some sot; New Zealand looks like a drop in the ocean (which it really is) while Somalia looks a like a 7.