The mobile operator's CEO is the latest to be deported from the eastern African country.
Working with Telkom Kenya, Alphabet subsidiary Loon is to add another ground station to expand its coverage.
Kenya's leading mobile operator is deploying technology from Israeli vendor Allot to make its network more secure and enhance the quality of experience (QoE) it can deliver to its customers.
At the second time of asking, Kenya's second- and third-largest mobile operators agree a merger deal to create a stronger rival to Safaricom.
The operator would improve its financial position if Nigerian digital e-commerce giant Jumia lists its shares on the New York exchange.
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