Business Writer

BIO: Victor Amadala is an award winning journalist business with more than 500 published business and human interest feature stories. He is currently a Business Writer for the Star Newspaper, third biggest paper in Kenya , handling governance, economics, market place, money matters, building and construction, agribusiness among other topics. He has previously contributed for many established print media in Kenya and abroad including the Business Daily, Standard Newspaper, Daily Nation, KBC, VG Norway, CFO South Africa, Ebano TV in Spain among others In 2014, he scooped the prestigious African Fact Checking Journalism Award in sponsored by the AFP Foundation A Thomson Reuters New Age Media fellow, Victor is extremely passionate about developmental journalism with a view of transforming social economic fabric in the continent and across borders. He holds a diploma in journalism from the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication.

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It reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 28%.

AKI urge MPs to discard the proposed motor circulation tax

Says imposition will notably increase the cost of motor insurance.

Locked Hustlers left high and dry in Ruto's plan to hike taxes

Some of the Finance Bill proposals, if passed in their current form, will make life even more oppressive for Kenyans

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Taxes will consume at least 55 per cent of the total value of the vehicle

Digital loans drive Coop Bank Q1 profits to Sh6.6 billion

It disbursed Sh200 million everyday via Mco-op Cash.

Equity Bank Group Q1 profit up 25.2 per cent to Sh16bn

Equity Group MD and CEO James Mwangi hailed the rapid growth in Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, DRC, and South Sudan.

Telcos, banks targetted as state plans to raise Sh2.9tr

It has proposed a 20 per cent excise duty on mobile and bank transactions in the Finance Bill, 2024.

CCI Global expands in Kenya with Sh6.6bn call centre at Tatu City

It is expected to create over 5,000 new jobs created.

Hustler Fund loans rose to Sh49.5bn by March – Safaricom

According to the firm, repayment rate for the amount is 77 per cent, meaning that at least 11.4 billion is in default.

Kenyans borrowed Sh2.3 billion daily on Fuliza in 2023

The amount is enough to construct close to 3,000 standard classrooms or 460 dispensaries worth Sh5m each.

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