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Washukiwa wanne wa ugaidi washtakiwa

Washukiwa wanne wa ugaidi wameshtakiwa kwa kuhusika na shambulizi la kigaidi katika jumba la westgate, Nairobi ambapo watu zaidi ya 67 waliuawa na 180 kujeruhiwa. Washukiwa hao wenye asili ya kisomali walikanusha kuhusika katika shambulizi hilo ambapo wakenya na raia wa kigeni waliuawa....

Minister: Kenya troops to remain in Somalia

Main Topix: National Security Intelligence Service - Kenya Defence Force
Kenyan troops as they geared to face Al-Shabaab in November, 2011 in Somalia. Somalia’s Foreign Affairs minister Fawzia Yusuf Haji Aden said Monday that Kenyan troops will remain in the country as part of AU stabilisation force. “Kenyan troops are part of the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom),” said Ms Fawzia, who also doubles as the country’s Deputy Premier. Addressing reporters ahead of the 68th session of the UN General Assembly, Ms Fawzia said the Westgate attack in Nairobi by Al-Shabaab will not force Kenya to withdrawal from Amisom or disrupt efforts to stabilise the eastern Africa region. “Al-Shabaab represents an aggression against humanity. It is an invasion against the eastern Africa region and must be defeated in unanimity,” the Foreign minister said. An emergency Cabinet meeting on Monday evening in Mogadishu condemned the Westgate Nairobi. Somali nationals, among them citizens from the US and the UK, are reported to have participated in the attack that has left more than 60 people killed and about 175 injured. Acting Prime Minister Abdirizak Omar Mohamed sent condolences to the Kenyan government...
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Barclays half year net profit falls 13pc

Barclays Bank Of Kenya Premier Banking Lobby At The Westgate Nairobi. Arclays Kenya Net Profit Fell 13 Per Cent To Sh3.7 Billion In The First Half Of The Year, Weighed By A Sh788 Million Expenditure On Retrenchment Of 170 Workers. FileBarclays Bank of Kenya Premier banking lobby at the Westgate Nairobi. Barclays Kenya net profit fell 13 per cent to Sh3.7 billion in the first half of the year, weighed by a Sh788 million expenditure on retrenchment of 170 workers. The lender grew its loan book by six per cent to Sh107 billion and mobilised cheap deposits leading to net interest income of Sh9.2 billion compared to Sh8.9 billion in June last year. The bank deposit base stood at Sh138 billion up from Sh122 billion a year ago. “The results were affected by a one-off restructuring expense which will help us manage our staff costs; which is our biggest expense,” said Jeremy Awori, chief executive of Barclays Kenya. The bank’s staff costs was flat at Sh3.8 billion, with the management saying the figure would have been higher were it not for the voluntary early retirement exercise. Barclays’ volume of bad loans dipped by 12.7 per cent to Sh3.9 billion, defying an industry wide trend which saw total non-performing loans increase by 10 per cent as at the end of June....

Samsung, Multichoice launch digital migration promotion

Participants Follows Proceedings During The Meeting On Digital Broadcasting Migration By Communications Commission Of Kenya (CCK) Held On September 16, 2009. Photo WILLIAM OERIParticipants follows proceedings during the meeting on Digital Broadcasting migration by Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) held on September 16, 2009. Samsung and Multichoice Kenya have embarked on a digital migration promotion that will see consumers get a High Definition (HD) decoder or DStv decoder for buying Samsung brand television sets. The drive that will see consumers enjoy benefits of digital TV started last week and is valid while offers last. A consumer qualifies for a free decoder, one-month subscription and free installation with every purchase of select Samsung TV models at any Nakumatt outlet countrywide. Samsung general manager, consumer electronics Allan Oyier said that the offer applies to all Samsung TV’s E-series. He was speaking during the launch of the promotion at Nakumatt Westgate, Nairobi. “The promotion is the second phase of a similar one run in February this year,” Mr Oyier said: “All a consumer needs to do is to buy a Samsung TV from as low as Sh59,995 and get a free decoder and one-month subscription”. Multichoice Kenya general manager Danny Mucira lauded the promotion saying that...