All corruption cartels who are rumoured to have huge amounts of money stashed under their pillows and home banks have until 1st October to use their money or they will become obsolete.
The government through the Central Bank of Kenya Governor Patrick Njoroge announced on Madaraka Day that notes had started circulation effective 31st May 2018. Njoroge launched the new generation banknotes on Saturday.
“All persons have until October 1 2019 to exchange Ksh 1000 bank notes for the new generation bank notes, after which the older notes will cease to be legal tender.” Mr. Njoroge said.
To determine the authenticity of the new notes, Kenyans are urged to hold up a note to the light and check for a watermark from both sides. The watermark is of a lion’s head and a security thread appears as a continuous line.
“All persons have until October 1 2019 to exchange Ksh 1000 bank notes for the new generation bank notes, after which the older notes will cease to be legal tender” ~ Central Bank of Kenya Governor Patrick Njoroge.
- Deputy President Ruto who carries millions to Church Harambes
- Harambee House Mafias
- Governor Waititu and Anne Waiguru
- High Courts operatives
- Magistrates courts
- Mr Kobia
- Many others like drug dealers and gold scammers.