Business Week

Business opportunity
Moi International Airport in Mombasa invites business people and investors to take up opportunities at Kenya’s 2nd largest airport. They have several vacant offices and over 200 hectares of idle land. You can write to the airport manager or P. O. Box 93904 Mombasa.

Wrong priorities at EAC
The East African Community Secretariat says it might grind to a halt due to lack of budgetary support. EAC might actually be mis-using these funds by making this comment at another workshop at an expensive coast hotel. Also in Today’s Nation they have a half-page advert announcing a contest to come up with an “EAC Anthem” – the contest will award $13,100 in prize money including $3,000 to the composer of the winning anthem.

My web page is better than yours
The Nation claims it has 2.5 million hits daily at its site while the Standard claims it has 50 million hits a month at

Job Watch
Companies actively hiring include African Banking Corporation (ABC Bank) the Capital Markets Authority, Econet Wireless, Investment & Mortgages (I&M) Bank, Kenya Airways, the Kenya Anti-Corruption Commissions, Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Kenyatta University, Qatar Airways, Vegpro, Care International and several other NGO’s.

Girl Guide No. 1
Prior to her party entrance, Lucy was campaigning to head the Girl Guide Association. She probably still is.

2 thoughts on “Business Week

  1. Bahati

    I’m an avid reader of your blog Bankelele. Thanks for keeping us up to date on the banking industry in Kenya. I live in Chicago and I’m always interested in new investment opps like the one you mentioned at the Mombasa Airport. Keep up the fab work!

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