Monthly Archives: September 2022

Zim gives an update on the HIV plan

the herald Mukudzei Chingwere Herald Reporter Zimbabwe is taking stock of its five-year plan on the ultimate elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis by consolidating the achievements of this process and addressing the shortcomings of the next plan, said the vice president and minister of health and childcare, …

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Get payday loans without guaranteed credit check approval

It can be a challenge to keep your credit history in the good credit range. This makes qualifying for a loan difficult, as this usually requires good credit. For this reason, no credit check loans favor people with bad credit. Lenders who offer these loans do not consider your creditworthiness …

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Does therapy homework really help?

When I found myself on a therapist’s couch in 2017, I kept waiting for the real work to start. I had started therapy because I wanted to “fix” my life – my anxiety, my relationships – and I wanted someone wiser than me to tell me how to do it. …

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A Cleaner Community | News, Sports, Jobs

BRIDGEPORT — Pease Township administrators are encouraging residents to clean up their neglected properties or the township will do it for them, leaving the homeowner with the bill. Township administrator Mike Bianconi said he and his fellow administrators are working to improve the township one property …

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How the Ethiopian-Nigeria Air deal will affect Kenya Airways

Data center How the Ethiopian-Nigeria Air deal will affect Kenya Airways Tuesday, September 27, 2022 Kenya Airways and Ethiopian Airlines planes at Kamuzu International Airport in Malawi. PICTURES | COURTESY As Kenya Airways continues to extend begging bowls to the government to inject more billions of dollars to help it …

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Does health produce health? | MedPage today

Medical care can diagnose illness and injury, but a lack of medical care is not the cause of illness or injury. Medicine is more of an art than a science. Cutting-edge treatments evolve over time. When I was in medical school in 1972, a professor of medicine began his lecture …

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Memories of the community | Daily Inter Lake

Discussion focuses on sandhill cranes West Valley Naturalists have resumed monthly presentations at West Valley School, located at 2290 Farm to Market Road, Kalispell. On Wednesday, September 28, Laura Katzman, Land Care Specialist with Flathead Land Trust, will talk about the hundreds of sandhill cranes, which stop in the valley …

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Fans are convinced that Kenya will leave Jukebox again

Power Book III: Raising Kanan is the coming-of-age story of Kanan Stark (Mekai Curtis) and his cousin, Jukebox (Hailey Kilgrove). Jukebox’s mother, Kenya (LeToya Luckett), abandoned her as a baby. Jukebox also had many issues with his father, Marvin (London Brown). Now Jukebox has reconnected with Kenya, but fans are …

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Acting President Commissions Hospital Center of Excellence

the herald Patrick Chitumba Head of Midlands Office Acting President Constantino Chiwenga yesterday commissioned the state-of-the-art Gweru Provincial Hospital (GPH) Center of Excellence (COE) on Opportunistic Infections (OI) and Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) which will support more than 3,500 people in need of specialist HIV care and support. As the country …

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How to Improve Social Skills in Teenagers

Whether they’re starting at a new school or adjusting to in-person classes, teens need to rely on their social skills to interact with peers and adults throughout the day. What are social skills for teens? Social skills for teens include everything from eye contact and holding a conversation, to handling …

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Don’t Buy Anything to Build Community Bonds

As I hung the new dress in my closet, I wondered if it had a story. Did the previous owner wear it on a night out or a night out with friends? It reminded me of a Robert Palmer video, kinda cool, kinda short, kinda 80s. I quickly decided it …

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Kenya: Improving access to family planning

Download logo Kenya has recorded an improvement in family planning uptake among women of reproductive age with 52 percent of eligible people, or 5.2 million women, using modern family planning methods. Speaking at a roundtable with health journalists on Thursday, the head of promotion and prevention services at the Ministry …

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Researchers win $4.2 million NIH grant to improve PrEP access and use in the Bronx

Bronx County has the fifth highest rate of HIV diagnosis in the nation, but the lowest rate in New York State for the use of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), drugs extremely effective in preventing HIV infection. Physician-scientists from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Montefiore Health System have …

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US existing home sales fall for the seventh straight month in August and the Fed is about to inflict “some pain” with a 75 basis point rate hike – so prepare your wallet and portfolio

Hello market watchers. Don’t miss these top stories. Brace yourself: The Fed is about to inflict “some pain” with a 75 basis point rate hike. Here’s how to prepare your wallet and portfolio. This is the Federal Reserve’s third 75 basis point rate hike this year. Continue reading US existing …

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Prevalence and predictors of diabetes-related distress in adults with type 1 diabetes

We found that more than a third of our study sample had significant diabetes-related distress. Previous studies have shown that high diabetes-related distress affects 20-30% of people with T1D, with the difference in prevalence recorded across different populations and healthcare systems ranging from 8-65%5. Our results are consistent with the …

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COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS – Chronicle Express

To submit or update your community announcement information, email [email protected] or send the information to PO Box 200, Penn Yan, NY 14527. THE SEED LIBRARY At a recent meeting, The Plant Based People Group heard about The Seed Library at the Modest Bedient Memorial Library in Branchport. The Seed Library …

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Kenya’s central bank governor finally sees the push for Bitcoin

Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, Patrick Njoroge, admitted that he was under external pressure from cryptocurrency enthusiasts to convert the nation’s reserves into Bitcoin (BTC). In a Meet with lawmakers on September 19Njoroge called the plan “crazy”, adding that it would be risky to convert the assets into …

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Cash Express, LLC Reports Data Breach Following Unauthorized Access to Company’s IT Network | Console and Partners, PC

On September 15, 2022, Cash Express, LLC filed a data breach with the Montana Attorney General after the company experienced a data breach in which an unauthorized party gained access to sensitive consumer information contained on Cash Express’s network. According to Cash Express, the breach resulted in certain people’s first …

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Strengthening LGBTQ Health | The hill

This year’s global monkeypox outbreak has brought back harsh memories of the early days of the HIV epidemic, especially for LGBTQ health activists who lived through that ugly time and its prejudices. Sean Cahill, director of health policy research for the Fenway Institute, an organization aimed at creating healthier lives …

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At King George VI Hospital, Kenyans were last treated

King George VI Hospital was renamed Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) after Kenya’s independence in 1963. [File, Standard] The influence of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-serving monarch, is still felt in former colonies like Kenya in many areas, including healthcare, colonial atrocities aside. The Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) in Nairobi, for …

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Prepayment Apps vs Payday Loans: Which is Better?

(NerdWallet) – When asked to imagine a payday lender, you might think of a mall storefront with green dollar signs and neon slogans like “Payday for every day.” You probably don’t imagine a mobile app advertising on TikTok and sporting a colorful logo. But cash advance apps like Earnin and …

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AHF calls on Governor Newsom to ‘help people living with HIV’

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AHF will run a full-page, color advertisement in the Sacramento Bee this Sunday, September 18e. The announcement, titled “Governor Newsom: Help People Living with HIV,” is a heartfelt plea to the Governor asking for his help to help prevent the disruption of care for more than 1,400 AIDS …

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PM Modi turns 72 and has a busy day as the wishes pour in

Prime Minister Narendra Modi turned 72 on Saturday and marked his birthday by addressing four events covering areas as diverse as wildlife and the launch of logistics policy, as greetings poured in from leaders and other personalities eminent. Dignitaries like President Draupadi Murmu and Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar hailed his …

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SEPTA’s 47 bus connects Latino communities in Philadelphia in ‘La Guagua 47’

Hispanic Heritage Month kicked off with a splash of color and pride on Thursday night’s premiere Guagua 47, a short film based on an original song of the same name by songwriter and producer Alba Martínez. The film was created in partnership with SEPTA, Al Día News and Ritmo Lab. …

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The Kenyan Drake runs to the rescue of the Ravens

Signed by Baltimore on August 31, Kenyan running back Drake started the Ravens’ season opener 10 days later. In Baltimore’s 24-9 win over the New York Jets on Sunday, Drake played 33 offensive snaps — three times more than any other Ravens running back — rushed for 31 yards on …

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BBB warns of predatory credit fraud and gives tips on consumer protection

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) ​​warns consumers about the dangers of bootleg loan fraud. According to BBB, a recent study shows that the scam tracker received more than 7,800 credit and collection fraud reports between 2019 and 2021, representing a loss of more than $4 million. Scammers posing as payday …

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Pieper Lewis: Other Cases of Sex Trafficking Victims Convicted or Sanctioned

Pieper Lewis, who killed her alleged rapist in 2020, received a deferred judgment from Polk County District Judge David Porter after pleading guilty to intentional homicide and intentional injury. Lewis is just one of many teenagers – often of color – who have been legally sanctioned or convicted of killing …

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News | City of Santa Clara

Heavier than normal traffic is expected September 17-18 on Kiely Boulevard, Benton Street and Homestead Road following the Santa Clara Art and Wine Festival. The festival attracts the talents of regional artists, entertainers and winegrowers. For the inhabitants, this event is a kind of homecoming. Residents gather and volunteer to …

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Kenya shaken as Britain rejects new EAC tariffs

By NATION AFRICA The UK has demanded that its exports to Kenya be exempted from the new East African Community (EAC) tax charges which came into force on July 1, posing a big dilemma for Nairobi, which is bound by the decisions of the regional bloc. Principal Trade Secretary Johnson …

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Michigan spent $2.5 million to become a missile center. Critics say it was just hype

“It’s really remarkable that anyone is considering building a heavy industrial facility [like a launch pad] on the shore of the world’s largest body of fresh water,” said Dennis Ferraro, who lives about 3 miles from the chosen site and leads the opposition group Citizens for a Safe & Clean …

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Psychology Training Programs | VA Augusta Health Care

The CNVAMC is committed to recruiting and training various postdoctoral fellows. In accordance with the APA Accreditation Commission, we define cultural and individual differences and diversity as including, but not limited to, age, disability, ethnicity, gender, identity gender, language, national origin, race, religion, culture, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status. Applications …

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Jharkhand village women launch campaign to stop drinkers in Bihar

Angered by the drinking habit of men coming from neighboring Bihar villages in Jharkhand to consume alcohol, the women of a village in Jharkhand have embarked on a unique alcohol ban campaign where they prevent these men from consuming alcohol in their villages and destroyed local breweries. Alcohol ban …

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Cornhole Boards Installed at Crosslake Community Center – Pine and Lakes Echo Journal

CROSSLAKE – The Crosslake Community Center added a new activity for residents and visitors on Thursday, August 11, installing two pairs of cornhole boards. The concrete cornhole “boards” were installed in place of the community center’s bocce courts, which did not generate the interest that staff had hoped for when …

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William Ruto to be sworn in as President of Kenya

Kenya’s President-elect William Ruto speaks after the Supreme Court upheld his victory in Nairobi, Kenya September 5, 2022. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NAIROBI, Sept 13 (Reuters) – William Ruto is due to be sworn in as Kenya‘s fifth president on Tuesday, a week …

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Explanation of Cuyahoga County’s secret $66 million stimulus deal: The Wake Up for Monday, September 12, 2022

Subscribe to Wake Up, cleveland.com‘s free morning newsletter, delivered to your inbox at 5:30am weekdays We were stunned when Cuyahoga County Council announced it would allocate $66 million in federal grants to give to hand-picked member projects. “No slush fund,” said the municipal council. But how did they come up …

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HIV documentary will focus on clinic in Birmingham

A documentary scheduled to air September 21 on PBS will focus on the fight against HIV in Birmingham and San Francisco as scientists move closer to ending the virus in the United States. The documentary, “Ending HIV in America”, focuses on scientific advances since the appearance of AIDS and HIV …

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Chhattisgarh: Tribal women in exploitation restaurant in Dantewada hit by Maoists

A group of tribal women from Dantewada, Chhattisgarh have started an innovative business of operating a restaurant in the area notorious for Maoist violence to provide sustainable livelihoods for their families. The restaurant named ‘Manva Dhaba’ (my dhaba) was opened in May in Bade Karli village on the Geedam-Bijapur …

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Community comes together as Estacada fire brings back memories of 2020

When Level 3 (go now) evacuation warnings hit the Estacada area surrounding Milo McIver State Park, 40-year-old Angie Zeise sprang into action. Accompanied by dozens of volunteers, Zeise helped open Molalla Buckeroo, 20 miles southwest of Estacada, as a campsite and animal shelter for those being evacuated. Zeise arrived at …

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Black-ish creator Kenya Barris will bring The Vince Staples Show to Netflix

A new comedy Blackish creator Kenya Barris is coming to Netflix, and we don’t know about you, but we’re pretty excited, The streaming giant announced on Tuesday, September 6, 2022, that he had commissioned a new scripted comedy series titled The Vince Staples Showloosely inspired by rapper Vince Staples’ upbringing …

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As HIV leaders change, the fight against an oft-forgotten virus remains the same

Karen Peterson and Samba Diallo, respectively outgoing and incoming executive director of the AIDS Project of Southern Vermont, hold signs outside their Brattleboro office. Photo by Kevin O’Connor/VTDigger BRATTLEBORO — When Karen Peterson started working at the AIDS Project of Southern Vermont in 1993, the novice assistant worked daily in …

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Canadian Government Consultation on Criminal Interest Rate Cut

Author(s): Joyce M Bernasek, Dominic Duchesne September 9, 2022 Last August, the Canadian government released its awaited consultation paper (the Consultation Paper) to solicit feedback from stakeholders and vulnerable members of the public on the criminal interest rate and availability of expensive installment loans often offered by alternative lenders. …

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The Samaritans of Cape Cod mark 45 years of listening

SOUTH YARMOUTH – Suicide survivor Kevin Berthia, of California, will share his story as the Samaritans of Cape Cod and the Islands mark 45 years of community service in suicide prevention at an anniversary celebration and event “ Beacon of Hope” on Saturday. Berthia became widely known following the publication …

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Westport hosts fitness expo and more

Club203, a new social club for disabled adults, has released its monthly event calendar. It launched with a launch party on September 7. Events continue with a Halloween party at the Remarkable Theater on October 19, a game and pizza night at Toquet Hall on November 19, a holiday celebration …

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How market enrollees can claim a share of $603 million in rebates

Kateryna Onyshchuk | iStock | Getty Images If you get your health insurance in the public market, you might want to keep an eye out for a check from your insurer. Insurance companies are handing out $1 billion in rebates to 8.2 million policyholders starting this month. Of those, the …

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Hall promoted to Monroe Community Credit Union

Kate Hall has been promoted to vice president of strategic management at Monroe Community Credit Union. In her new role, Ms. Hall will manage the credit union’s strategic initiatives and projects and continue to oversee its marketing efforts. Hall has been an employee of the credit union for 10 years. …

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Dandora Dump in Kenya Linked to Cancer and Infertility – The Organization for World Peace

New reports reaffirm that the 30-acre Dandora landfill in Nairobi, Kenya, puts those who live and work nearby at high risk of cancer, infertility and other serious illnesses. Since 2007, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) alert officials that the landfill is a serious threat to the health of an …

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Become a lending partner in these 5 easy steps

Everything is getting more expensive these days, and even a small extra expense can result in an immediate need for cash. If you’re looking for some extra cash to pay the bills during these times of high inflation, you can help people access their paychecks faster while you earn one …

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The FDA got it right with hearing aids. The Medicare update is the next step

“You would really benefit from hearing aids, but they’re not covered by Medicare and cost around $4,000.” We’ve all said this phrase countless times to hearing-impaired patients and braced ourselves for the reaction that invariably follows: an expression of bewilderment as to why a pair of hearing aids might be …

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Why neoliberal India is raging against ‘gifts’

The perils of “gratuitous culture” are fiercely back in the mainstream public debate. A recent report by the RBI Bulletin regarding the sustainability of public debt at the state level and observations made by the Supreme Court in response to public interest litigation have fueled pro-neoliberal voices. Traditional critics of …

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FatManTerra Educates the Community About Crypto Scams by Creating a Fake Investment Scheme

Crypto Influencer FatManTerra refunded over $100,000 received from crypto users seeking to subscribe to his “fabricated” investment plan which was a cover to send an educational message to the community about crypto scams. FatMan took Twitter deceive his supporters by offering them a bogus investment plan. He wanted to gauge …

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Private sector activity in Kenya falls for fifth consecutive month in August – PMI

NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenya’s private sector activity contracted for the fifth consecutive month in August amid a general slowdown as the country held elections, a survey showed on Monday. The S&P Global Kenya Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell to 44.2 in August from 46.3 a month earlier. The index remained …

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Letters: Building muscle isn’t just for superstars | women’s health

In Yvonne Roberts’ review of Nicole Kidman for staying fit and being proud of it, she mentions that “exercise can be fun” (“Fabulous abs, Nicole. But that frantic effort to look half your age is frankly a little humiliating”, Comment). It’s essential. I’m a year older than Kidman and I …

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Community in shock after NC student’s stabbing death

JACKSONVILLE, NC (WNCT) — Many in the Jacksonville community are still thinking about what happened Thursday morning at Northside High School. Three students are behind bars and face charges after another student died after being stabbed in a fight that broke out before school started. Another student was stabbed but …

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State speeds up revitalization of coffee sector – Kenya News Agency

The government has taken several initiatives to address the decline in coffee production in the country. Over the past year, the Coffee Research Institute (CRI) has identified 92 Technologies, Innovations and Management Practices (TIMPS) in the coffee value chain, of which at least 62 intervention measures are ready to be …

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Here’s how the Hartford Public Library and its partners plan to help the city’s most vulnerable populations

Payday loans, pawn shops, check cashing services, and other services that come with high costs, interest, and fees often lead to the paradox that being poor is expensive. Those living in poverty or near the poverty line often have no or insufficient bank accounts, which can leave them vulnerable to …

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PrEP protection against HIV is complicated by chronic HBV

People with chronic hepatitis B who are at risk of acquiring HIV may experience the dual benefit of oral formulations of tenofovir-based PrEP that protect against HIV and reduce hepatitis B virus (HPV) burden; but may also experience an exacerbation of hepatitis when PrEP is discontinued. A recent review assesses …

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INS Vikrant is India’s push to empower defense sector: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that INS Vikrant is an example of the Indian government’s drive to make its defense sector self-sufficient and has made the country part of the select group of nations that can manufacture aircraft carriers locally. . Modi also unveiled the new Indian …

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Deatrich Wise Jr. receives 2022 New England Patriots Ron Burton Community Service Award

Wise has been involved with Big Brothers, Big Sisters, and annually hosts a Thanksgiving and Christmas campaign to support those in need in our community. Two of Wise’s signature events include his annual Big Man Camp held to help linemen develop their techniques, as well as their physical and psychological …

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Kenya presidential election petition sends shockwaves to NSE

Kenya presidential election petition sends shockwaves to NSE NAIROBI, September 1 (ONE-WAY) – The contested presidential results petition – presented to the Supreme Court of Kenya caused the Nairobi Stock Exchange to lose 10.5 billion shillings to close trading for the day at 2.14 trillion shillings last Tuesday. Investors are …

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