Kenyans living and working abroad sent home Ksh.42.05 billion in March this year, the highest inflows ever sent in a single month, defying the economic fall-out occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic.
The inflows were higher by a 15.5 percent growth compared to Ksh.36.7billion sent in February.
Total remittance from Kenyans living abroad dropped by 3.4 percent to Ksh.38.5 billion in January compared to Ksh.39.5 billion that was sent in December last year.
Cumulative inflows for the past 12 months to January amounted to Ksh.429.5 billion when the country recorded the highest inflows
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A new survey by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) on diaspora remittance now indicates that men are sending cash to their girlfriends nearly as much as their wives and mothers back home.
According to the survey, 57 percent of respondents were married women who received
Diaspora remittances grew by 14.2 percent last month to
Ksh.34.4 billion compared to Ksh.30.2 billion that was recorded same month last
Remittances have proved a key factor in trying to buffer
ailing economy amod the coronavirus pandemic that almost brought the economy to
a standtill. Bulk of these remittances