Shitemi Khamadi

Shitemi Khamadi is a blogger. He writes on governance, business and politics. He also trains on blogging and social media.

4 Comments

  1. Osborn
    June 24, 2015 @ 6:35 pm

    Let bloggers be responsible.Character assassination should be stop.Common sense and facts must be the guiding principle of information sharing. Nice article

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  2. Martina
    August 12, 2015 @ 3:38 pm

    Kirima: I think the company has by and large safsiited its main customers – prepaiddon: I think they see over in KenyaMainaT: You’re right, Kenya was be an easy sale, with straight forward marketingm: It seems that data, post paid and corporates have not been their ‘satisfied’ customers. I considered a swith to Celtel early thsi year, but my 5 year history with one line was a difficult bond to break. But if too many cosuins continue to hassle me for money, I’ll make Celtel my main lineMichael: It’s the same with petrol & driving now. But if you top up/fule a larger amount, you may find it goes a longer way than many smaller paymentssambaza: The nummer of subscrinbers is only an estimate. How active are the lines as revenue sources is more importantB.K.Muthoga: Celtel is chipping away at Vendor lock in by making the cost to call all networks. Bring on the IPOalexcia: big numbers indeedbenin mwangi: safaricom will be a case study for multinationals for many years.

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    September 2, 2015 @ 5:41 pm

    You’re the one with the brains here. I’m watching for your posts.

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  4. Blessed Danie
    July 2, 2018 @ 4:39 pm

    Let me not say much but have read the text

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