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Daily Nation : February 10th 2014
30 | Pictorial Business Pictorial Air France KLM commercial head Yoram Franzen (left) presents Christmas village shopping adventure grand prize to John Ngige. Present at the event was Village Market boss Hamed Ehsani (right). GS1 Kenya chairman Sospeter Kioko presents Sh100,000 cheque to Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi, CEO Asmita Gilani. The donation will go towards the patient welfare programme. An attendant at Chandarana Foodplus, ABC Place, Ms Rose Apondi (right) presents samples of the new ready-to-eat Farmer’s Choice chicken polony to customers. DAILY NATION Monday February 10, 2014 Transport cabinet secretary Michael Kamau (left) with the Burundi counterpart Deogratias Rurimunzu cut a tape to mark the opening of the Kenya Ports Authority liaison office in Bujumbura, Burundi. Toyota arm, Hino, has appointed Mutindwa Toyota as its dealer for Meru region. From left: Mr Benjamin Koyier, Mr Chege Mwangi, Mr Mustaq Issac and Mr Moses Mureithi. Kenya Forest Service chair Peter Kirigua (left) presents a gift to Tharaka Nithi County governor Samuel Mbae (right) as Environment principal secretary Richard Lesiyampe (centre) and county officials witness. K-Rep Bank managing director Albert Ruturi officially opening the lender’s Rongai branch. The bank is in an effort to increase its footprint in the country. The new Postbank chairman Fred Kapondi (left) receivese hand over document from his predecessor, Mr Titus Gateere. Kasarani neighbourhood association team hands over scholarship award to George Mugenya (second left). With him is his family Linet Mugenya (left) and Anastasia Mugenya (third left). Simba Telecom head Jerim Ouko and Kenya Orient Insurance boss Muema Muindi (centre) sign a deal. With them is Ms Joan Kimacia of Simba Telecom. Orient Mobile customers will now have their phones repaired at any of Simba Telecom 51 outlets in Kenya. Vivo Energy manager Lena Munure presents Sh2m cheque to Faith Nabwile and Boniface Kuita. The two are among eight bright but underprivileged students who have received sponsorship. Zetech College principal Edwin Wamukoya (left) receives certificate of accreditation from KASNEB board chief executive Pius Nduatih. Zetech can now roll out KASNEB syllabuses.
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