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We will be hosting @stpaulsplc The Founder Richard Britten-Long and
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“Our lives are a battlefield on which is fought a continuous war
between the forces that are pledged to confirm our humanity and those
determined to dismantle it; those who strive to build a protective
wall around it, and those who wish to pull it down; those who seek to
mould it and those committed to breaking it up; those who aim to open
our eyes, to make us see the light and look to tomorrow [...] and
those who wish to lull us into closing our eyes” ― Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o

“The condition of women in a nation is the real measure of its
progress.” ― Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, Wizard of the Crow

“Prescription of the correct cure is dependent on a rigorous analysis
of the reality.” ― Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, Decolonising the Mind: The
Politics of Language in African Literature

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HILLARY CLINTON will be the Democratic nominee; the man most likely to face her in November on the Republican ticket is Donald Trump.
Law & Politics

Those are the battle lines after the primaries on Super Tuesday. In
many ways this is profoundly gloomy. Mr Trump has said ever more
repellent things about immigrants, women and Muslims and declined to
condemn white supremacists. But he changes his sales pitch as easily
as his socks: in a speech after winning seven out of 11 states, he
stopped snarling and tried to sound presidential. It would be unwise
to underestimate his ability to feign gravitas and transform himself
into an apparent centrist.

The only obstacle between Mr Trump and the Oval Office would be Mrs
Clinton. She is a formidable and in some ways admirable candidate, but


I think Trump missed a Golden Opportunity in Chicago to take the high
ground and tack towards the centre where he will have to go if he is
to win the White House.
The current Tone is ultimately inimical to his chances.
It was a West African MD of an International Bank who said that Trump
is just terrorist Attack away from the White House.

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South Korean and U.S. militaries have said they had notified North of "the non-provocative nature" of the exercises
Law & Politics

South Korean and U.S. militaries have said they had notified the North
of "the non-provocative nature" of the exercises involving about
17,000 American troops and more than 300,000 South Koreans


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Disaster for Angela Merkel as exit polls suggest defeat in two out of three regional elections Independent
Law & Politics

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling conservatives have suffered
humiliating losses to the anti-immigrant Alternative für Deutschland
(AfD) party in three key state elections seen as a referendum on her
“open door” refugee policy which allowed more than a million migrants
to enter the country last year.

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Syrian civil war: West failed to factor in Bashar al-Assad's Iranian backers as the conflict
Law & Politics

The Assad regime, came the message from the Washington think-tanks and
mountebank “experts”, had reached – a cliché we should all beware of –
the “tipping point”. La Clinton announced that Assad “had to go”.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius declared that Assad “did not
deserve to live on this planet” – although he failed to name the
galaxy to which the Syrian President might retire. And I complied with
an Independent request to write Assad’s obituary – for future use, you
understand – and still it moulders in the paper’s archives.

In May 2011, an Al Jazeera crew filmed armed men shooting at Syrian
troops a few hundred metres from the northern border with Lebanon but
the channel declined to air the footage, which their reporter later
showed to me. A Syrian television crew, working for the government,
produced a tape showing men with pistols and Kalashnikovs in a Deraa
demonstration in the very early days of the “rising”.

This did not prove the Gulf-Turkish “terrorist conspiracy” which the
Syrian regime now “revealed” to the world. But it did demonstrate that
from the start – when ordinary Syrian families felt it necessary to
defend their families with firearms – guns were available to the

And by constantly reminding readers and viewers of the Alawite
“domination” of Assad, we journalists ourselves fell victim to our own
reporting. We forgot – or did not care – that perhaps 80 per cent of
the Syrian government army were Sunni Muslims who would, over the next
four years, be fighting their co-religionists in the opposition
militias and – by 2014 – struggling against them in the al-Qaeda/Nusra
alliance and in Isis.

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Currency Markets at a Glance WSJ
World Currencies

Euro 1.1160
Dollar Index 96.19
Japan Yen 113.81
Swiss Franc 0.9835
Pound 1.4385
Aussie 0.7588
India Rupee 66.975
South Korea Won 1184.31
Brazil Real 3.5828
Egypt Pound 7.8257
South Africa Rand 15.2305

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A soldier stands over a body on a beach after the attack in Grand Bassam [Joe Penney/Reuters]

Al-Qaeda's North Africa branch claimed responsibility after six gunmen
opened fire on civilians at an Ivory Coast beach resort, killing at
least 16 people.

Bloody bodies were sprawled on the beach and witnesses described
horrific scenes as a lazy Sunday afternoon was shattered by West
Africa's latest attack.

Fourteen civilians and two special forces soldiers were killed before
the six assailants were gunned down in the resort of Grand Bassam.
Sunday's attack targeted three hotels in the southeastern town,
located about 40km east of the country's economic capital, Abidjan.

Ivory Coast's President Alassane Ouattara arrived in Grand Bassam a
few hours after the shooting rampage.

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Ivory Coast shooting: The Africa nation that became France's base for its war on Islamist terrorism

In 2014, France announced that its former colony would be its base for
fighting Islamist terrorism in the Sahel region. A 3,000-strong
taskforce of French soliders has been based there ever since.

In July 2015, foreign imams were banned from preaching in mosques in
the north of the country, and the government also suspended the
construction of new mosques around the northern city of

The shooting is the first apparent terror attack to hit the country,
which up till now had avoided attacks of the type experienced in
nearby Cameroon, Chad, Mali, Niger, and Mali.

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Angola's veteran leader Dos Santos says to step down in 2018

"I took the decision to leave active political activity in 2018," Dos
Santos, 73, said in a speech to members of his ruling MPLA party's key
decision-making body. He did not elaborate.

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Angola’s next presidential elections are expected to be held in 2017.

Lately, though, Mr. dos Santos’ government has faltered as such
oil-fueled largess has collapsed along with global crude prices.
Thousands of layoffs and a foreign-currency crunch have stoked
unprecedented public dissatisfaction with the government. The
International Monetary Fund expects economic growth of 3.5% this year,
down from double-digit rates a few years ago.

The crisis is exacerbating longstanding economic tensions: Angola is
one of the world’s most unequal societies, with a capital, Luanda,
that ranks among the world’s most expensive cities, while most of the
country’s $24 million people live on less than $2 a day. Transparency
International in January ranked Angola the fourth-most corrupt country
in the world.

Still, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, a University of Oxford political
scientist and author of a recent book on Angola under Mr. dos Santos,
cautioned that the president was likely to use Friday’s announcement
to try to mollify opponents within his party and guide efforts to
appoint his successor.


“We are far from a post-dos Santos era,” he said.

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In South Sudan, City of Hope Is Now City of Fear NY TIMES

Tut glanced up at the gates of the displaced persons camp where he
lives and shook his head.

“I can’t go out there,” he said.

“Why not?” he was asked.

“Because of this,” he said, rubbing the soft tribal scars on his
forehead that mark him as a member of the Nuer ethnic group. “It’s my
death certificate.”

A lot of people in this town feel the same way. Juba, South Sudan’s
capital — and this whole country, for that matter — has slid so far
from where its people dreamed it would go.

At the same time, South Sudan’s president, Salva Kiir, seems to be
losing control.

Dressed in dark suits with his signature black cowboy hat (a gift from
President George W. Bush), he is known as a decent and religious man
but also as a bit of an enigma.

“It’s very difficult to pin down the personality of Kiir,” said James
Solomon Padiet, a professor at Juba University. “Most of his decisions
depend on who influences him at the moment he makes it.”

He said that Mr. Kiir had urged his generals to respect human rights
but that when government troops committed atrocities, as they have
over and over again, Mr. Kiir did not punish anyone.

“He says: ‘It’s on you. God will punish you,’ ” Mr. Padiet said.

Mr. Kiir also needs each and every one of those generals to stay in
power, the professor added.

On a recent day, the waiting rooms outside Mr. Kiir’s office were
crammed with high-ranking officials and other people hoping to meet
with him, but he did not show up to work.

The well-worn narrative of helpless, starving South Sudanese “wildly
oversimplifies” the reality, he said.

“The real story,” he said, “is one of a falling out among kleptocratic
thieves, whose self-enrichment free-for-all before and after
independence led competing factions to use ethnicity as a mobilizer,
which is the equivalent of aiming a flamethrower at an oil rig.”

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UN Investigates Director Of Oil Firm Chaired By Michael Howard For “Possible Extremist Links”

A leaked memo, sent last month by a UN watchdog to diplomats in the UK
and Norway, reveals that the executive director for Africa at Soma Oil
and Gas is under investigation for possible ties to extremist groups
in East Africa, including al-Shabaab, which in recent weeks has
claimed responsibility for a series of deadly terrorist attacks in

Soma is a London-based company chaired by Howard that was set up in
2013 to explore for offshore oil in Somalia. The Africa director,
Hassan Khaire, and Howard are both shareholders in Soma and sit
together on the boards of three of its group companies in the UK,
according to records filed at Companies House.

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Old Mutual's Breakup Adds to South Africa Financial Market Woes

The main shareholders in two of South Africa’s four largest banks are
scaling back at a time when investor confidence is at its lowest since
apartheid ended. Africa’s most industrialized economy is confronting a
potential downgrade to junk status, a weakening currency, inflation
that is accelerating and interest rates at a six-year high.

“It’s not surprising people want to leave,” Mike Schussler, chief
economist at Johannesburg-based research group Economists.co.za, said
by phone. “There is a likelihood that you will see a lot more
companies leave, in addition to the fact that many South African
companies are focusing more outside the country.”

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29-FEB-2016 :: Barclays' Exit a Vote of No Confidence in Zuma @TheStarKenya

The real reason in my view is the Zuma ‘’Zupta’’ volatility. The Bar-
clays Africa exit is a vote of no confidence in South Africa’s
President Jacob Zuma and by extension in South Africa’s gateway

Two days before South Africa’s Finance minister Pravin Gordhan
presented his budget last Wednesday, Zuma described Van Rooyen as the
most qualified finance minister his administration has had. Unless the
president is stopped, Barclays PLC’s move might well be the first in
what becomes an Avalanche of Exits.

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State capture: Did the Guptas offer Treasury's top job to Deputy Minister Jonas? Daily Maverick

Just as Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan touched down in London this
week on the first leg of his investment roadshow to foreign investors
and credit agencies, the influential publication the Financial Times
dropped a bombshell of a story highlighting the extent of Gupta
family's influence and control of President Jacob Zuma's government.

The story, by Andrew England, makes the startling claim that two weeks
before President Jacob Zuma fired Finance Minister Nhlanla Nene,
replacing him with backbencher David van Rooyen, the family had
themselves met with Deputy Minister of Finance, Mcebisi Jonas, and had
asked if he was “interested in the Treasury's top post”.

In the Financial Times piece England writes that under President
Zuma's watch “predatory networks of patronage and cronyism are
effectively looting the state” and that the phrase “state capture” had
become part of the South African lexicon.

Breaking his silence with regard to the SARS “rogue unit” saga earlier
this month Gordhan hinted at the source of the malaise that England
says afflicts the nation; “There is a group of people that are not
interested in the economic stability of this country and the welfare
of its people. It seems they are interested in disrupting institutions
and destroying reputations.”

As more information bubbles to the surface in this toxic mess, it
appears that Gordhan is a well informed man.

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14-MAR-2016 :: @Barclays May Be The First of Many SA Exits @TheStarKenya

RISK appetite has returned some in the international markets and this
can be glimpsed via the recent performance of higher beta currencies.
For example, notwithstanding the determination of prosecutors to
arrest Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva [the former president of Brazil], the
Brazil real closed out last week at a 2016 high at 3.58 units against
the US dollar. The South Korean won is back below 1,200.00 and is
looking through some serious sabre-rattling on the Korean Peninsula.
The South African rand is also close to a 2016 high. Crude oil has
rebounded with WTI [US] oil closing last week at $39.50 a barrel,
having twice touched $27.00 in January. President of the European
Central Bank Mario Draghi turned up the QE [Quantitative Easing] a few
notches on the dial last week. Gold is not buying into this “all is
now well with the world” and remains locked at $1,250.00.

In South Africa, the equity market has pushed into positive territory,
but you will recall I mentioned that the Barclays PLC exit could be
the first in what might become an avalanche of exits. The news that
Old Mutual is seeking its own break-up and that it will spin off its
54 per cent controlling stake in Johannesburg-based Nedbank Group to
shareholders, is in essence the second exit after Barclays.
Multinationals carrying large South African exposures via listings in
Johannesburg are simply no longer prepared to wear the currency risk
or ‘’Zupta’’ price volatility. South African assets are a sell, and
Barclays and Old Mutual are signalling that loud and clear as are
South Africans themselves who seemingly cannot get their own money out
fast enough, according to the latest high Frequency Data.

The Nigeria All Share while still 9.27% lower year to date has cut its
year to date loss by half over the last few weeks. Minutes of the last
MPC meeting confirm that just one member of Nigeria’s central bank
monetary policy committee Adedoyin Salami said the naira should be
devalued and allowed to trade within a band, saying that the fixed
exchange rate would not work alongside a planned rise in government
borrowing. The naira trades some 40 per cent below the official rate
on the black market versus the dollar and that confirms the current
official rate is a Mickey Mouse price. Africa’s biggest economy grew
by an estimated 2.8 per cent last year. Salami said his proposal
gained no support at the meeting and that confirms that few are
prepared to challenge President Muhammadu Buhari. The president is
fixated and I expect Nigeria’s GDP to be at 0% through 2016. It is
clear that this is a red-line for Buhari, but what is clear is that
negative spill-over is going to get worse not better.

Here in Nairobi we find ourselves slap-bang in the middle of the
earnings season. The banks have been reporting their full-year
earnings and positive price reactions confirm that investors had
become too bearish and we have seen some shapely rallies develop after
these releases.
Kenya Commercial Bank has definitely hurdled Sh40.00. Diamond Trust
Bank closed at a 2016 high and reported that full-year loans and
advances to customers accelerated 28.979% to Sh177.54 billion. Compare
that to Barclays Kenya which reported a 15.91% expansion and clocked
Sh145.38 billion. Bamburi Cement posted a big outsize full-year profit
after tax gain of 50.45%. On balance, earnings at the Nairobi
Securities Exchange have outperformed expectations. I expect Nairobi
to outperform Lagos and Johannesburg through 2016.

This week, everyone will be keeping an eye on Federal Reserve, chaired
by Janet Yellen. At the start of the year, the FED was predicting four
0.25% rate hikes through 2016. The markets are pricing in two rate
hikes in 2016. The markets will pivot on the FED decision this week.

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Egypt EGX30 Bloomberg -6.31% 2016

Nigeria All Share Bloomberg -9.27% 2016


Ghana Stock Exchange Composite Index Bloomberg -2.03% 2016


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KenGen woos financiers to its mega power investments
Kenyan Economy

Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) has received several
commitments for the financing of its various projects as it seeks to
spend a total of Sh140 billion ($1.4 billion) in the period to 2019 to
meet the surging power demand.

Some international development and donor agencies are proposing to
finance some of the projects with KenGen co-financing through its
reserves, besides a rights issue and bank borrowing.

One of the projects is going to use the private public partnership
(PPP) model of financing.

Among those committed are the Japanese International Cooperation
Agency (JICA) and the European Investment Bank for two Olkaria
projects totalling Sh60 billion.

On Wednesday, the Treasury signed for Sh40.6 billion with JICA. KenGen
is negotiating with financiers AFD (the French Development Agency) of
France and KfW of German to fund other projects.

The rights issue is expected to raise Sh28 billion with the government
taking up its rights by converting its existing loans into equity.

“On the rights issue, we expect to complete the process and have the
money by June 30 in order to be able to roll out the planned projects
soon thereafter,” said Albert Mugo, KenGen’s chief executive in an

Out of the targeted production of an extra 844 megawatts, the company
has already created capacity of close to 400 MW following a series of
launches of geothermal plants.

KenGen currently has a total installed capacity of 1617 MW out of the
national capacity of 2300MW, indicating that it has a share of over 70
per cent. Independent power producers account for the rest of the

Out of the firm’s total capacity of 1617 MW, 820MW is hydro-generated,
510MW is from geothermal sources, 25MW is from wind energy while the
rest is from thermal sources.

Olkaria 5 project, which is intended to generate 140 MW, is currently
at the tendering stage to enable the company break ground by July and
bring the power into the national grid by 2018.

The Olkaria 5 project is sponsored by JICA and KenGen itself. It is to
cost Sh40 billion or $400 million.

Olkaria 6 is another Sh40 billion ($400 million) project with a 140MW
power production potential. It was intended to be online by 2019.

KenGen intends to finance it through a partnership with a private
sector player. The partner is however yet to be identified. A
transaction advisor – who is also yet to be named – will advise on the
way to procure the private sector partner.

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.@KengenKenya share price data here +9.85% 2016
Kenyan Economy

Par Value:                  2.50/-
Closing Price:           7.80
Total Shares Issued:          2198361344.00
Market Capitalization:        17,147,218,483
EPS:             5.24
PE:                 1.489

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TransCentury running out of time, options over $75m loan East African
Kenyan Economy

Investors are growing wary after a key advisor, Rand Merchant Bank,
severed links with TransCentury to protest the board’s ignoring of its
proposals on how to pay the five-year loan, which matures on March 25.

Divisions in the board on how to tackle the debt were also behind the
resignation of long-serving chief executive officer Gachao Kiuna and a
director, Joseph Karago, earlier this year, according to
correspondence seen by The EastAfrican.

TransCentury, which is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange, is
now on the brink of default, with severe consequences for minority
shareholders and its credit rating.

“In this instance, the shareholders can expect at best further
deterioration in the share price, or worse, a complete wipe out of
their ownership,” said Sancta.


The Equity Holders are extinguished in all scenarios, it seems to me.

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Transcentury share price data -31.51% 2016
Kenyan Economy

Par Value:
Closing Price:           5.65
Total Shares Issued:          280284476.00
Market Capitalization:        1,583,607,289
EPS:             -8.53
PE:                 -0.662

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Limuru Tea FY PBT +146.679% Earnings here [-22.58% 2016]
Kenyan Economy

Par Value:                  20/-
Closing Price:           840.00
Total Shares Issued:          1200000.00
Market Capitalization:        1,008,000,000
EPS:            1.27
PE:               661.41

FY Biological assets 178.596m vs. 206.593m -13.552%
FY Increase in cash and cash equivalents 0.789m vs. 0.105m +651.429%
FY Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the year 8.661m vs. 7.872m +10.023%
FY Turnover 122.374m vs. 92.250m +32.655%
FY Profit before income tax 5.126m vs. 2.078m +146.679%
FY Profit attributable to shareholders 3.044m vs. [0.330m] +1,022.424%
EPS 1.27 vs. [0.28] +553.571%
Dividends per share 1.00 vs. 1.00

Company Commentary

3,065,880 Kgs of green Leaf = 692,343 kilograms of Black Tea
10% decrease in green leaf attributed to drought during Q1 in 2015
+147% increase in Pre-Tax profits attributed to increased tea auction
prices and favourable movements in exchange rates


Limuru Tea [given its position adjacent to Nairobi] is more a Real
Estate Play than a Tea Story.

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Diageo anticipates the EABL Kenyan unit will record double-digit growth in the second half of this financial year ended June, driven mainly by the resurgence of Senator Keg.
Kenyan Economy

John O’Keeffe, Diageo Plc’s president for Africa, last week told
analysts and investors that he expects that the EABL business will
“continue growing net sales at low double-digits”.

The multinational brewer, which owns 50.02 per cent of EABL, says the
sales growth projections of between 10 and 15 per cent will mainly
result from a resurgence in Senator Keg, whose excise tax element was
reduced in May 2015.

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EABL share price data here +3.296% 2016
Kenyan Economy

Par Value:                  2/-
Closing Price:           282.00
Total Shares Issued:          790774356.00
Market Capitalization:        222,998,368,392
EPS:             11.31
PE:                 24.934

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N.S.E Today

The Nairobi All Share Index improved +0.29 points to close at 145.26
The Nairobi NSE20 Index pushed +5.68 points higher to close at 3953.13.
Equity Turnover clocked 613.897m
T-Bill Rates slid meaningfully last week and the gentler interest rate
structure supports the Equity Markets.
Standard Chartered +7.17% in 2016, COOP Bank +12.5% in 2016,
KenolKobil +14.0625% all have closed at Fresh 2016 Highs.

N.S.E Equities - Agricultural

Limuru Tea reported Full Year Earnings where FY Profit before Tax
ramped +146.679% higher and FY Turnover expanded +32.655%.Limuru Tea
is in fact more a Real Estate Play than a Tea Company. Limuru Tea owns
275 hectares of tea land situated four kilometers to the east of
Limuru Town. The Market Capitalisation is 1.008b shillings which
equates to 3.665m per hectare. Investors are buying the Real estate
share price discount to NAV more than the Trajectory of Tea Earnings.
Limuru Tea which has retreated -22.58% Year To Date did not trade.

Sasini Tea and Coffee ramped +8.75% better to close at 21.75 on heavy
volume action of 525,700 shares.

Eaagads rallied +8.64% to close at 22.00.

N.S.E Equities - Commercial & Services

Safaricom was the most actively traded share at the Securities
exchange and rallied +0.92% to close at 16.45 and traded 12.455m
shares. Safaricom will test its 2016 High of 17.00 reached on the 4th
through the 8th of this month, in short order.

N.S.E Equities - Finance & Investment

On the occasion that Citibank put out a 58.00 Price Target for Kenya
Commercial Bank, KCB
rallied +1.23% to close at 41.00 and was trading
at 41.50 +2.47% at the Finish Line. KCB traded 3.509m shares and the
Full Year Earnings is deserving of the Citi 58.00 Price Target.
Barclays Kenya eased back -0.85% to close at 11.70 and traded 924,900
shares. Sellers outpaced Buyers by a Ratio of 2 to 1 and Barclays
remains -13.97% Year To Date. With a 36 month dead-line, this Barclays
Bank PLC divestment journey is set to be a long and drawn-out Affair
and that will keep the Franchise and the share price playing defence.

Barclays Kenya share price data and FY 2015 Earnings here -13.97% in 2016


Standard Chartered firmed +0.96% to close at an 8 week High of 209.00.
StanChart is +7.17% in 2016 and will be an Out-Performer through 2016.
COOP Bank firmed +1.25% to close at a Fresh 6 month High of 20.25
ahead of its Full Year Earnings Release this Thursday. COOP Bank is
+12.5% in 2016.

N.S.E Equities - Industrial & Allied

Business Daily carried a report today that John O’Keeffe, Diageo Plc’s
president for Africa, last week told analysts and investors that he
expects that the EABL business will “continue growing net sales at low
double-digits”, mainly as a result from a resurgence in Senator Keg.
EABL firmed +0.35% to close at 283.00 and traded 504,800 shares. EABL
is +3.66% in 2016 and has head-room up to 300.00.

The Weekly East African captioned a story ''TransCentury running out
of time, options over $75m loan''  According to the East African, Rand
Merchant Bank, severed links with TransCentury to protest the board’s
ignoring of its proposals on how to pay the five-year loan, which
matures on March 25.

“In this instance, the shareholders can expect at best further
deterioration in the share price, or worse, a complete wipe out of
their ownership,” said Sancta a Bond-Holder.

Transcentury traded 3,800 shares at an unchanged 5.65 and remains
-31.51% Year To Date. The Equity Holders are extinguished in all
scenarios, it seems to me.

KenGen rallied +1.28% to close at 7.90 and traded 958,500 shares.
Todays Price was lifted by a report in the Business Daily which
confirmed just JICA and the EIB are prepared to pump 60b shillings of
Debt into KenGen's Geothermal Roll-Out. Shareholders will be diluted
via the Rights Issue but at a PE Ratio of less than 2, this is all
[and some] baked into the price. KenGen is +11.26% Year To Date and
has plenty of head room to rally.

KenolKobil rallied +2.816% and regained a 6 month High of 10.95.
KenolKobil is +14.0625% this Year.

by Aly Khan Satchu (www.rich.co.ke)
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