By John Kariuki
The Chief Executive Officer of Jijenge Credit Limited Mr Peter Macharia Kamau has welcomed Central Bank of Kenya decision to give Jijenge a clean bill of health in order to continue offering financial services solutions.
Jijenge Credit is a non-deposit-taking Microfinance Lending Institution with over 10,000 clients in Kenya, Sudan and Tanzania, and its head office is at Town House, Nairobi, Kenya.
Mr Kamau opines, “We at Jijenge Credit take pride in being accredited among the digital credit providers as directed by the Central Bank of Kenya.
This follows a public outcry after some unregulated firms were accused of high-interest rates and engaging in unscrupulous means of collecting debts from customers who have defaulted payments for a while, however, we are guided by uttermost ethics that does not allow such acts.
Our values are latched in honesty, integrity, social responsibility
Professionalism is our key concern when handling our customers from time to time, especially on data provided by clients.
We abide by the Data Protection ACT which imposes stringent conditions for the processing of sensitive personal data which is distinguished from personal data.
The burden of proof for establishing a data subject’s consent to the processing of their personal data for a specified purpose is borne by a data controller or data processor.
Empowering your business to insurmountable heights fulfils our vision as a company, especially if you are a Jijenge Credit effort to aid those who are unable to access financial services. The profundity of being the first contingent of digital credit providers licensed to operate in Kenya and we challenge you to contact us as soon as you can and get money merely within an hour.”
Mr. Kamau is an Experienced Bank Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the banking industry. Skilled in Banking, Credit Analysis, Credit, Commercial Banking, and Credit Risk. Strong finance professional with a Master of Business Administration – MBA focused in Marketing & Entrepreneurship from Kenya Methodist University. Member of the Kenya Institute Of Bankers