is as wide as possible.
Its complete horlicks to say Kenya's economy can't handle Safcom OSF. It's like calling you know who the 2nd Mandela. Absolute cobblers.
- Safcom's OFS might even be a solution to our inflation problem by vacuuming up all the excess liquidity in the economy if there is full subscription.
- Michael Joseph somehow takes credit for turning the business into a17bn+ profit-taker, but the honest truth is that Kenyans have brought the dough, sugar, water,eggs, flavorings et al mixed up to cook the cake that is now Safaricom. Michael just put it in the oven.
- The mobile phone sector has invigorated Finland's economy and has seen phenomena growth everywhere even US (despite slow initial uptake due to pagers).Its feeding a necessity that reflects a reality in the world.Today throughout this wonderful world, most families have somebody that lives a distance a way. That means the need for a handy communicator, step forward the mopho.
3rd point, lets do it this year (or at least kick it off) now and keep 2007 business for this year. Next year we can chase up other IPOs. The general election is a one day event. And we had I think three IPO-type events last Dec so the month is a none issue.
Mobilitelea should have been resolved, but somehow nobody went about it the right way which would have been to file a case in the UK as a Vodafone shareholder.
Its made in Kenya, its our largest product with 8m customers, Kenya's economy needs more investors and
savers so lets target at least a 1/4 of these customers to become shareholders/stock investors.