On Zain, yes its offering additional services like withdrawals; paying of bills (doesn't Mpesa offer this?) and transferring cash between bank accounts, but why deny Zain the licence? Won't it have been better to offer it a licence with level of regulation than say Mpesa? Kenya needs this business! Btw, why does Zain have to keep changing names, its products every few months?
I doubt if Nd'ung'u has any inkling of how the NSE works, because if he did, Safcom will be very grateful for his actions. Last week's announcement that it was going back into the market for more lending drove its share to Ksh3. These two will restore some upward momentum.
Coming after nani unceremoniously reappointed "I would rather die than resign" despite the Cockar report, its embarrassing to watch Rao in this poorly shot piece. Is he saying Grand Coalition is not incorrigibly corrupt or Ruto is not a looter? Do politicians live in their own insular worlds?