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Re: Uchumi na Uchawi
« Reply #20 on: September 11, 2017, 02:15:51 PM »
Apologies for baring their genitalia, trust me this is no pornfest, nor am I Porn-again.




That lady seems to have moved closer from the rest of the crowd and is keenly eying *something*.
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Re: Uchumi na Uchawi
« Reply #21 on: September 11, 2017, 03:49:10 PM »
I wanted to start a new thread. However on deeper consideration, I found this most appropriate.

I think HK and Pundit are into Uchumi na Uchawi. Read this first then review their past utterances:
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Investor interest in the mobile-based infrastructure bond M-Akiba rose last weekend as the sale entered the homestretch, but cash raised remained way below the Sh1 billion target.
About Sh236.09 million had been raised by 1:52pm Friday or 23.61 per cent of the target. But registration rose to 302,753 investors ahead of today’s deadline according to the Treasury.
Barring a last-minute surge in interest, the bond appears headed for massive under-subscription amidst electioneering noise.
The door remains open for subscription of up to Sh3.85 billion that currently seems unattainable.
Buys in the seven days through Friday afternoon were Sh47.82 million, or Sh6.83 million daily, compared with Sh20.92 million weekly average or Sh2.99 million daily in the preceding nine weeks to September 1.
Subscription rate to the Sh1 billion offering, which was extended by 52 days after failing to hit the target within the set June 30 to July 21 time frame, has been lower compared to the Sh150 million pilot offering launched on March 23.
The pilot issue was snapped up two days to the April 5 deadline, with daily buys averaging Sh12.5 million and registrations at 8,552 investors a day.

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... [the ICC case] will be tried in Europe, where due procedure and expertise prevail.; ... Second-guessing Ocampo and fantasizing ..has obviously become a national pastime.- NattyDread