Welcome Back Sportpesa: Uhuru Scraps 20% Tax After His Cousin Acquired A Sizeable Share At Sportpesa And Kenyans Can Keep Calm!

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TweetShareSharePin0 SharesPresident Uhuru Kenyatta has signed into law a bill that scraps of the contentious 20 percent stake after his cousin Peter Kihanya acquired more stakes at leading betting firm SportPesa. The has sent tongues wagging. Kenyans cannot help but wonder whether the tax was in the first place imposed for leverage; to arm-twist other shareholders into ceding some shares Peter Kihanya is a close cousin of the President. The Standard Newspaper, in a recent article named as one of the seven people that Uhuru Kenyatta does sleepovers in his…

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Now You Can Bet in SportPesa While it is Banned in Kenya, Here Is How

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TweetShareSharePin0 SharesIf you are in Kenya, can you place your bets on Sportpesa while it is banned? This is the question many are struggling to answer. Unlike 1X Bet which has improvised new ways of depositing funds into your account and bet even though it is not allowed to work in Kenya, SportPesa has failed to come up with an international platform that accepts users from every part of the world. Though the betting company now allows for depositing funds using Paypal, when a Kenyan tries such, he or she…

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