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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 Nairobi Stock Exchange fell sharply after the court’s decision, while the Kenyan shilling weakened slightly.
The Kenyan shilling has weakened 2 percent against the dollar in that period.
Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen (pounds) nineteen (shillings) and six (pence), result happiness.
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).
Shilling scored two goals a minute apart in the third quarter to give Boys' Latin its first lead and then insurance at 8-6.
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).
The younger Mr. Sallis worked as a bank clerk for a weekly salary of one pound, 10 shillings before becoming an instructor at radio school at the Royal Air Force station in Lincolnshire during World War II.
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