Reference is made to stories that been appearing in the Media regarding demolition of structurally defective houses in Nairobi and its environs. Claims that 19 houses developed by the National Social Security Fund-NSSF are among those lined up for demolition is misleading. As the usual practice any building that is earmarked for demolition is normally marked X and notice of demolition issued by relevant government agencies, which is not the […]


Our Lodwar Office has relocated

This is to inform you that our Lodwar Branch Offices have relocated to Northland Building opposite Kobil Petrol Station in Lodwar town W.E.F 17th May. 2016 However the telephone number remains the same  (0735888877)


The New NSSF Act - Mode of Payments

That under the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Act, employers are required to remit contributions by: cheques bankers cheques Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) Electronic Funds Transfers (EFT); Cash subject to a maximum of 5,000 shillings or Through the NSSF M-pesa business No.333300  


The New NSSF Act - Benefits Applicaton

That if you are a member of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF), you need to fill out application forms when applying for benefits. Application forms may be obtained from: your nearest NSSF office; Huduma Kenya Centers or; The NSSF website ; www.nssf.or.ke Application forms are free of charge Submit completed application forms together with the required supporting documents in person to the nearest NSSF office.


New NSSF Rates - Voluntary Contributions

That under the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Act, you can make your contributions even if you are not formally employed. Voluntary contributors will remit into the Provident Fund;  A minimum of 200 shillings in a month or 4, 800 shilllings in a year  Contributions can be paid in cash or even through the NSSF M-pesa business No.333300