Newly introduced notes are made from fake material[Photos].


Kenyans on social media have compared the newly introduced notes to the former ones, and the results are not good.

Kenyans were given upto October 30th to discard any old notes especially the sh 1000 following the launch of new paper notes by President Kenyatta during 56th Madaraka Day celebrations held in Narok on June 1st, 2019.

Kenyatta and Central bank Governor then clarified that sh 50, 200, 500 and 1000 notes denominations will be faced out and new ones introduced to the market.

However, it has emerged that the new notes are getting older faster leaving the old ones still intact if this photo is anything to go by.

Kenyans now think Kenyatta’s regime is getting wrong anything they do, and that on the new notes, they are using weaker material in its production.

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