Starting a business shareThe Registrar of Companies is responsible for business registrations in Kenya. He/she issues certificates of compliance for foreign companies, certificates of incorporation for local companies and certificates of registration for sole proprietorships and partnerships. Firms must then obtain registration with National Social Security Fund (NSSF), National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) and the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) . A business permit should also be obtained from the County Government depending on the business type. All company and business registrations (sole proprietorships, partnerships and limited liability partnerships) are being done through the ecitizen portal .Click on the links below to see all the steps to start a business in Kenya including where to go, forms to download, what to bring, costs, time frames and legal justifications.