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The Kettle society is a social network that connects people with local business owners.

The group offers an alternative to traditional media in that it provides access to local information that may not be available in other media.

A business owner is a member of the Kettle group and can create and share a listing of their business and receive news on local issues.

The platform has been created by the nonprofit organization the Kettles, which focuses on the development and sustainability of food in Kenya.

According to the organization’s website, “The Kettler is a community that is rooted in local community, rooted in food, rooted and rooted in the community.”

The group is a partnership between the Ketchis and the local food industry, which has been growing for years.

The Kettlers goal is to “make sure that every Kenyan has access to information on the local market.”

The Ketchi business owners, who make up more than 100 percent of the business owners on the platform, have been in business for more than a decade.

In 2014, the Ketches were awarded the #1 spot on the list of top ten most influential companies in Kenya by the country’s business community, according to Business News Daily.

The community also hosts a number of community events like a “Mama Kettle” in which young mothers learn about business, and a “Baker’s Market” where local entrepreneurs sell their products.

The first Ketchia to win the # 1 spot was the Kekki Bakery, which was founded by Shilina Kebu in 2014.

According the Kets website, the community has “become a trusted voice in the local Kenyan food industry,” and their members include “a wide range of professionals, business leaders, activists, community leaders, academics, business owners and entrepreneurs.”

The business owners said that the community’s growing reach and popularity has led them to attract more business owners in the future.

The number of Ketchians on the Ketei platform is growing rapidly.

Last year, the network’s members added 4,200 members, according a report from The Kenya Business Monitor.

In 2018, Ketics membership grew by 3,000 members, and in 2019, it increased by 4,000.

The growth of the community means more people can access local news on a daily basis, and that makes it easier for business owners to reach out to their community and get the local community’s support.

“It’s really a platform for us to connect with other communities, to build the capacity and connect with our community, and also to connect to the people we represent,” said Shilisa Kebun, the head of Kettle.

“We’ve started the business because we love the community and we’re looking forward to seeing them grow.”

The organization has been able to attract business owners because they are able to be more transparent about their business activities, and to do so without risking their business or jeopardizing their livelihoods, said Kettelah.

“The community is the most important thing,” said Kebo.

“I think the community is our biggest asset.”

Business owners are also more likely to reach the wider Kenyan population.

According a 2016 report from the World Bank, the number of businesses with more than 1,000 registered members in Kenya grew from 1,913 in 2015 to 3,092 in 2018.

“As businesses grow, they tend to attract local talent,” said Taha.

“And it’s the best way to make money.

They are able, with a lot of time and effort, to find a niche in the market, and then they can earn the maximum amount of money from the market.”

Keba was one of the people who made the switch to open up her business.

She is also one of those people who is a Kettie.

In 2016, she opened the Ketteis “first Kettle,” which she described as a “very small business” that she founded and operated.

The name refers to the number on the top of the cup.

Kebe said that she first opened the business in 2011 after her family had moved from the northern part of Kenya to Gedo, in the south.

“At the time, I was in a small village, so I wanted to open a Kette, and the Kettes are a traditional Kettle where you would sit down and sell bread.

So, it was a dream come true.”

She now has about 10 Kettis around the country, which have a total of more than 3,200 registered members.

Kettes have also expanded their offerings to include other kinds of business.

Keto Kewa, who has opened his own business, Keto Kabo, in partnership with the Keto family, said that he first opened his Kettle because “I wanted to be able to reach a broader community, because I