It doesn't rain, it pours is apparently KQ's new mission statement. OK, things have been tough because of the political quagmire, lakini, its managed to lose practically its top management with no CFO; HR director(i hear there was a change); commercial director; no flights manager; no technical director. Do they all know something that we don't? Now even Paris flights are a
are likely losing it money. I have posted before on its pre-crisis issues. I passionately believe in KQ, but we now need a change of leadership, because that is where
the buck stops. Let it get someone who can steer it through the next year operationally so it'll be ready as the economy takes off.
For every Francis Thuo and Nyaga stockbrokers, there is a D&B and CFC, two brokers that though not on the straight and narrow take home some serious revenue from buying and selling yours and my shares. Stockbroking should be the one business in Kenya that should bankable year on year if you don't do anything stupid. Truly, IF is a big word.
It’s pleasantly surprising to see that Rutleys still plans to go ahead with its property fund and may even list as a REIT
if and when CMA wakes up from its slumber and decides to allow them. Bora Capital another property fund venture has gone quite despite interest from
many including in the Diaspora.