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Daily Nation : February 3rd 2014
30 | Business Pictorial Mr John Stanley, chief officer finance, Innovation and Technology (centre) explains to President Uhuru Kenyatta how the login details on the Wings To Fly donations portal works as Equity Group Foundation CEO James Mwangi looks on at Kasarani last month. Cabinet Secretary for Information Communication and Technology Fred Matiang’i (centre), Compulynx CEO Sailesh Savani (to his left), MD Mehul Savani (right) and the management team during launch of Compulynx’s e-verification, a system for securing financial transactions. DAILY NATION Monday February 3, 2014 CBK governor Prof Njuguna Ndungíu and Prof Olive Mugenda, vice chancellor of Kenyatta University, and other university managers outside the newly opened economics building at the institution. Multimedia University of Kenya council chairman, Dr Herbert Misigo (right), hands over university documents to incoming vice chancellor, Prof Festus Kaberia. Looking on is chancellor Catherine Kimura. Sati Reel (right), MD Phoenix Aviation, presents a TV set to Petrus Barnard, an aircraft engineer, for carrying out major checks and engine changes to meet the highest standards. GE Africa president Jay Ireland greets KCB CEO Joshua Oigara after the signing of KCB-GE-USAid health sector financing programme. Looking on is USAid associate administrator Mark Feirstein. Ajitabh Choda (second left) and Taran Jandu (second right) after getting their golf prizes from Usha Nagpal (left), DT Dobie Nissan GM and Patrick Mugalo, showroom manager Westlands branch. Co-op Bank director for corporate and institutional banking Lydia Rono, presents the new Meru County revenue collection system manual to Governor Peter Munya as other county officials look on. Mr James Wagema, Mr Bob Collymore (CEO Safaricom), Ms Irene Wagema (founder, Zabibu home), Mr Thibaud Rerolle (from Safaricom) and his wife during a fundraising dinner for the home. Prof Khama Rogo, lead health sector specialist with World Bank delivers his speech during the launch of African Health Markets for Equity at a hotel in Nairobi. Mr Jackson Mbui (centre) MD Tata Chemicals Magadi and HR director Sammy Chepkwony (left) and COO Jacob Mameen cut a cake to mark the mother company Tata Chemicals’ turning 75 years.
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