• Applying For NSSF (National Social Security Fund)

    Introduction The National Social Security Fund is a Kenyan government agency responsible for the collection, safekeeping, responsible investment and distribution of retirement funds of employees in both the formal and informal sectors of the Kenyan Economy. Participation for both employers and employees is compulsory. The fund is both a penison fund and a provident fund. How To Apply For NSSF Online Application Visit the NSSF official web page- https://selfservice.nssf.or.ke/ Click on the NSSF…

  • Applying For NHIF (National Hospital Insurance Fund)

    Applying For NHIF The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) is the primary provider of health insurance in Kenya. It main mandate is to enable all Kenyans to access quality and affordable health services. It is established under Section 3 of the National Hospital Insurance Fund Act. For those who are employed (formal sector), it is compulsory to be a NHIF member. For those in the informal sector (self-employed) or retirees, membership is voluntary. How To Apply Online Application: Visit NHIF…

  • Private Limited Companies In Kenya

    A "Private Limited Company" is limited to 50 members and prohibits invitations to the public to subscribe for shares of the company. How To Register 1. Log into your e-citizen account 2. Select business registration service – Private Limited Company 3. Apply for reservation of the company name – Submit three (3) names (You will receive a confirmation of the approved name within 24 hours). 4. Fill in the primary business of the company. 5. Upload the Articles of Association or adopt the model A…

  • Registering For Beneficial Ownership

    Understanding Beneficial Ownership? Section 93A of the Companies Act introduced mandatory beneficial ownership registers for private companies. The Companies (Beneficial Ownership Information) Regulations of 2020 were promulgated to bring this provision into effect. A beneficial owner (‘BO) is a person who owns or controls an entity. Only a natural person can be a BO. Under Regulation 3(2), a BO is one who meets either of the following requirements: 1. Shareholding: holds at least 10% of the c…

  • Applying To Become A Kenyan Citizen

    Chapter 3 of the Constitution provides that a person can acquire Kenyan citizenship by birth, or by registration. 1. By Birth Article 14 of the Constitution provides that a person acquires citizenship by birth if: i. One or both parents are a Kenyan citizen at the time of birth, whether or not the person is born within Kenya; or ii. They are a child below the age of 8 years found in Kenya and whose nationality and parents are unknown. NB: A child whose parents are foreigners and is born in Kenya…