Six employees of tech firm killed in dusitD2 terror attack
SEE ALSO :Dusit D2 reopens after terror attackCellulant, which was founded in Nigeria and Kenya in 2004, offers digital payments platforms and mobile banking services aimed at those who do not have a bank account. It has branches in 11 African countries. Last year, private investment firm TPG paid Sh4.8 billion to acquire an unspecified stake in Cellulant. Ken Njoroge, Cellulant co-founder and chief executive said the new investment would enable the company to expand into new markets and to also invest in its existing operations.
SEE ALSO :The unseen war - Part 2Gunmen blasted their way into dusitD2 hotel and office complex in Nairobi on January 15, sending workers fleeing for their lives as others cowered under their desks from an attack claimed by Somali Islamists al Shabaab. Inspector General of police Joseph Boinnet said 21 people lost their lives in the incident. Those killed included one policeman who had been wounded.
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