Safaricom Distributes Food Hampers Worth Over 50 Million in its Wakenya Tulindane Campaign

Safaricom has announced that they have distributed food hampers worth over 50 million on drough response through the Wakenya Tulindane campaign.

This past week, Peter Ndegwa, the Chief Executive Officer at Safaricom PLC joined my colleagues from the National Steering Committee on Drought Response to distribute food hampers worth over KES 50 million to more than 85,000 beneficiaries in Marsabit, Samburu, Meru, Kilifi and Kitui Counties through the Wakenya Tulindane campaign.

As we usher in the new year, we remain cognisant that millions of Kenyans are still impacted by the ongoing drought that has ravaged over half of the counties.

Big thank you to all those who worked tirelessly over the festive season to ensure we spread some cheer to fellow Kenyans in the drought stricken areas.

We also recognise and appreciate all the well wishers and corporates who have contributed to the appeal fund.

You can still do your part by donating whatever you can to the fund via M-PESA PayBill 880990 or via the National Drought Mitigation Appeal Fund under KCB Bank, Riverside branch through account number 1305486137. Safaricom customers can also donate their Bonga Points by dialling *126# or through the mySafaricom app

Statement by Safaricom

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