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Nairobi Thursday, March 23, 2017

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The National Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich flanked by Lands Cabinet Secretary, Prof Jacob Kaimenyi (Left) and Principal Secretary, Dr Kamau Thugge,  speaks today, March 23, 2017 when he officiated the mini launch of the Special Limited Offer of M-AKIBA Bond at the National Treasury in Nairobi. This is ahead of the main Bond which will be launched by the President in June this year.

Rotich said Kenya is issuing the World's First Mobile-based Government bond directly and exclusively for the benefit of the average Kenyan , "Wanjiku".  The mini launch of M-AKIBA Bond will debut at the capital market as a special offer with a target of Sh 150 million. The main launch in June will be Sh 4.85 billion.

 

 

 

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The National Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich (Left) flanked by Principal Secretary, Dr Kamau Thugge speaks today, March 23, 2017 when he officiated the mini launch of the Special Limited Offer of M-AKIBA Bond at the National Treasury in Nairobi. This is ahead of the main Bond which will be launched by the President in June this year.
Rotich said Kenya is issuing the World's First Mobile-based Government bond directly and exclusively for the benefit of the average Kenyan , "Wanjiku".  The mini launch of M-AKIBA Bond will debut at the capital market as a special offer with a target of Sh 150 million. The main launch in June will be Sh 4.85 billion.

 

 

 

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The National Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich (Left) accompanied by Mr. Wohoro Ndoho - Director General Public Debt Management at the National Treasury arrives today, March 23, 2017 to officiate the mini launch of the Special Limited Offer of M-AKIBA Bond at the National Treasury in Nairobi. The launch is ahead of the main launch in June by the President.

Rotich said Kenya is issuing the World's First Mobile-based Government bond directly and exclusively for the benefit of the average Kenyan , "Wanjiku".  The mini launch of M-AKIBA Bond will debut at the capital market as a special offer with a target of Sh 150 million. The main launch in June will be Sh 4.85 billion.

 

 

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Mr. Wohoro Ndoho - Director General Public Debt Management at the National Treasury (Left) with Central Bank of Kenya Governor Dr Patrick Njoroge (Centre) and ICT Principal Secretary, Eng. Victor Kyalo speaks today, March 23, 2017 during the mini launch of the Special Limited Offer of M-AKIBA Bond at the National Treasury in Nairobi. This is ahead of the main Bond which will be launched by the President in June this year.
Rotich said Kenya is issuing the World's First Mobile-based Government bond directly and exclusively for the benefit of the average Kenyan , "Wanjiku".  The mini launch of M-AKIBA Bond will debut at the capital market as a special offer with a target of Sh 150 million. The main launch in June will be Sh 4.85 billion.

 

 

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Principal Secretary, Dr Kamau Thugge (Left) with Mr. Wohoro Ndoho - Director General Public Debt Management at the National Treasury (Centre) and Central Bank of Kenya Governor Dr Patrick Njoroge makes his remarks today, March 23, 2017 during the mini launch of the Special Limited Offer of M-AKIBA Bond at the National Treasury in Nairobi. This is ahead of the main Bond which will be launched by the President in June this year.
Rotich said Kenya is issuing the World's First Mobile-based Government bond directly and exclusively for the benefit of the average Kenyan , "Wanjiku".  The mini launch of M-AKIBA Bond will debut at the capital market as a special offer with a target of Sh 150 million. The main launch in June will be Sh 4.85 billion.



Pictures by Kibet Cheptumo/KNA