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PS ‘doesn’t know’ investors in refinery

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Energy and Petroleum PS Joseph Njoroge told a parliamentary committee that he did not know the shareholders of a company that acquired 50 per cent stake in the Kenya Petroleum Oil Refinery.

PS ‘doesn’t know’ investors in refinery

By - MOSES NJAGIH | 7 years ago

Orange’s entry was expected to change Telkom’s fortunes

Orange’s entry was expected to change Telkom’s fortunes

In November 2007, a consortium led by France Telecom (FT) pipped seven firms to bag a majority stake in Telkom Kenya. The Government then awarded the French firm with a 51 per cent stake worth $390 million. FT won ahead of its closest rival Telkom South Africa.

| 11 years ago

Telco boss, PS sell off their shares

Safaricom’s founding chief executive Michael Joseph has sold-off his shareholding in the company.

Macharia Kamau | 1 year ago

Ethiopian crash: Not a single body for burial

As investigations enter crucial stage, with the arrival of engineers from plane manufacturer, it is clear answers may not be forthcoming.

Moses Michira | 2 years ago

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