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After all the lies and all the shilling, Pence and his spokesmen now ask us to spare him.
For its part, Nakumatt has shut more than a dozen branches in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania as East Africa’s biggest retailer struggles to pay suppliers and owes more than 30 billion Kenyan shillings ($289 million) to creditors.
The Kenyan shilling has weakened 2 percent against the dollar in that period.
The Nairobi Stock Exchange fell sharply after the court’s decision, while the Kenyan shilling weakened slightly.
Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen (pounds) nineteen (shillings) and six (pence), result happiness.
The lender earlier on Thursday reported a 1.9 percent decline in first-quarter profit as net interest income, the money banks earn from interest charges on loans, shrank 5.5 percent to 10.3 billion shillings ($99.6 million).
Shilling scored two goals a minute apart in the third quarter to give Boys' Latin its first lead and then insurance at 8-6.
Currently available only in Kenya — a country where the innovative payment plan arguably has the biggest impact — the cheaper version of these two solar systems retails for 2,500 KES, or Kenyan shillings (that’s roughly $29).
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