24 March 2014

Kenya: KCB Unveils Better Services

THE Nakuru government will receive enhanced financial banking services, the Kenya Commercial Bank group's chairman Ngeny Biwott has said.

We are planning to build a large team of strong entrepreneurs and business community in this county. The bank that currently has 179 bank branches with 877 ATMs across the country," he said.

Biwott was speaking in Nakuru on Saturday during the KCB customer appreciation dinner attended by Governor Kinuthia Mbugua.

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