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Oliver Jemuge is #Leading4Impact are you?
Daughter of Africa, YALI RLC Alumni, African change maker, Youth leader, Volunteer, Agripreneur Believes in Transformation that wil help get The Africa we Want
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KCB Group Aug 17
Swali: Would you ghost your best friend for Kshs. 10 Million? Swali tu.
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KCB Group Aug 16
KCB Foundation‘s will be offering technical training scholarships for up-skillers (those who’ve worked under supervision last 6-12 months & business owners who’ve been in operation for minimum 1 yr). For more information visit
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KCB Group Aug 14
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was proud to sponsor this year’s Kenya National Music Festival & we saw this as an opportunity to educate young people about the same important socio-economic issues that 2jiajiri seeks to address.
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KCB Group Aug 14
The Kenya National Music Festival finished off in style with performances at the State House in Nakuru for H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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KCB Group Aug 14
“We are very proud of our programme which seeks to catalyze job and wealth creation for at least 2 Million youth engaged in the informal sector in East Africa”
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KCB Group Aug 13
It's been a great week full of cultural experience at the Kenya National Music Festival at Kabarak University in Nakuru County. Today marks the last day in what has been an exceptional display of talent in music, dance and poetry
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KCB Group Aug 13
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Our aim through is to influence culture at the nascent age all through to adulthood by inculcating the spirit of entrepreneurship through songs & drama. By adulthood, these students will have entrepreneurship as the default thinking as opposed to job seeking
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KCB Group Aug 13
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The Cabinet Secretary for Ministry of Education Prof. George Magoha awarding Mbale Boys High School who’ve emerged the winners for best overall 2Jiajiri performance at the Kenya National Music Festival.
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KCB Group Aug 13
What’s on the list’, you ask? Well and GIZ are looking at roofing, masonry, tile laying, carpentry, plumbing, welding, electrical installation and assorted hand tools for a start. That sounds like a complete house and we’re here for it!
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KCB Group Aug 11
‘s 2jiajiri will be offering technical training scholarships for upskillers (those who’ve worked under supervision last 6-12 months&business owners who’ve been in operation for minimum 1 yr). Application forms available from KCB branches nearest listed institutions
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KCB Group Aug 10
Through the we have been proud to be sponsors of the Kenya National Music Festival taking place through out the week at the Kabarak University.
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KCB Group Aug 10
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Through 2jiajiri which has been a theme at the festival, we aim to sensitise the youth about the opportunities within the blue collar industry and the compositions that have been performed so far have brought out the theme effectively
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KCB Group Aug 10
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KCB has been a committed partner in growing sports & culture in the country. We are proud of the various institutions of learning that have packaged the ideas around encouraging the development of youthful entrepreneurs in the informal sector
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KCB Group Aug 9
Kuna time hungekalia viti (sofa) bila vitambaa, take a moment to just say ‘thank you’.
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KCB Group Aug 9
Calling on all the foodies! It’s that time of the year again when we stuff our faces in juicy chunky drippy burgers because it’s VISA ! So here’s the tea: swipe your KCB card to get amazing burger deals and land that yum in your tum!
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Douglas Ogutu Aug 8
Awesome!
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YALIRLCEA ALUMNI-KE Aug 9
Today we joined & other organizations in commemorating @ University of Nairobi. got an opportunity to educate youth on skills dev programs run by our members.
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KCB Group Aug 9
Replying to @KCBGroup
Here’s one such performance inculcating the theme on youth empowerment & employment from Mwakitawa Girls High School.
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KCB Group Aug 9
Replying to @KCBGroup
Our flagship youth empowerment programme, has been a theme through out the festivals & our aim through the sponsorship is to influence culture at the nascent age all through to adulthood by inculcating the spirit of entrepreneurship through songs & poems
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KCB Group Aug 9
It continues to be a great cultural experience at the Kenya National Music Festivals taking place in Kabarak University in Nakuru County. Through the we have been proud to be sponsors of this great festival showcasing the future & best of Kenya's talent
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