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Nakumatt: Another ailing Kenyan company
Lolest!
#61 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 6:43:52 AM
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Our public sector thieving has now moved to private sector. The problem with private sector is the effect will be felt faster
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Mainat
#62 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 7:02:10 AM
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Corporate governance (lack of) will wilt our economy.


But there is also something that doesn't add up. Our economy can't be growing at "5.9%" which is faster than last year, yet no business is exceeding performance expectations...
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#63 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 7:34:39 AM
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Mainat wrote:
Corporate governance (lack of) will wilt our economy.


But there is also something that doesn't add up. Our economy can't be growing at "5.9%" which is faster than last year, yet no business is exceeding performance expectations...


Sad
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Gatheuzi
#64 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 8:00:21 AM
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If Uchumi had financial muscles it could have used this God sent opportunity to recoup its lost market share. Too bad that they too are in ICU. But not to worry all yo middle class, someone will fill the gap that will be left once Nakumatt gets burried (maybe Chadarana or some international outfit). Local supermarkets will also gain from the spoils aka Tuskys, Naivas etc. So in short we need not cry over their mismgt.
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KulaRaha
#65 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 8:20:19 AM
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Mainat wrote:
Corporate governance (lack of) will wilt our economy.


But there is also something that doesn't add up. Our economy can't be growing at "5.9%" which is faster than last year, yet no business is exceeding performance expectations...


If you strip out SGR, and probably most scandals which are accounted for as development growth, we would be doing barely 1%.
Business opportunities are like buses,there's always another one coming
watesh
#66 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 9:54:49 AM
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Meanwhile, Nakumatt Rwanda is opening up two more branches early next year in Kagugu and Ramera
Angelica _ann
#67 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 10:01:13 AM
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KulaRaha wrote:
Mainat wrote:
Corporate governance (lack of) will wilt our economy.


But there is also something that doesn't add up. Our economy can't be growing at "5.9%" which is faster than last year, yet no business is exceeding performance expectations...


If you strip out SGR, and probably most scandals which are accounted for as development growth, we would be doing barely 1%.

Why strip what is part of development in the economy!!!
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#68 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 10:13:50 AM
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Angelica _ann wrote:
KulaRaha wrote:
Mainat wrote:
Corporate governance (lack of) will wilt our economy.


But there is also something that doesn't add up. Our economy can't be growing at "5.9%" which is faster than last year, yet no business is exceeding performance expectations...


If you strip out SGR, and probably most scandals which are accounted for as development growth, we would be doing barely 1%.

Why strip what is part of development in the economy!!!


Because we like strippers
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willin2learn
#69 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 10:25:26 AM
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kaimbaga2012 wrote:
Some of the owners of Nakumatt are the same same people who were behind Charterhouse Bank. As far as am concerned the losses don't add up at all. This is a serious case of creative Accounting to evade tax or funds are being siphoned to offshore Accounts.


Me suspects KRA has caught up with them on tax arrears Or they have been requested to support a peasant son's political ambitions...
Ericsson
#70 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 10:33:37 AM
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Nakumatt===Karuturi flowers Naivasha
Watch the unfolding movie
KulaRaha
#71 Posted : Tuesday, November 01, 2016 10:43:58 AM
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Angelica _ann wrote:
KulaRaha wrote:
Mainat wrote:
Corporate governance (lack of) will wilt our economy.


But there is also something that doesn't add up. Our economy can't be growing at "5.9%" which is faster than last year, yet no business is exceeding performance expectations...


If you strip out SGR, and probably most scandals which are accounted for as development growth, we would be doing barely 1%.

Why strip what is part of development in the economy!!!


Because SGR isnt something we can count on annually...its a one-off. And how many local suppliers to SGR do you know, apart from labour?
Business opportunities are like buses,there's always another one coming
Ericsson
#72 Posted : Wednesday, November 02, 2016 5:22:05 PM
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Nakumatt has in the past couple of months grappled with boycotts from its suppliers over delayed payments and changes in contract terms, which have led to empty shelves in some outlets, particularly in Uganda.
Last year its profits dipped to $3.05 million from $8.23 million in 2013, largely due to rising interest charges associated with the large debt that has been used to fund growth.

http://www.theeastafrica...4608-up0jpwz/index.html
Gatheuzi
#73 Posted : Wednesday, November 02, 2016 7:44:00 PM
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Did Mzee Mwao bail ship, or he is still dani?
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Bigchick
#74 Posted : Wednesday, November 02, 2016 8:59:27 PM
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Gatheuzi wrote:
If Uchumi had financial muscles it could have used this God sent opportunity to recoup its lost market share. Too bad that they too are in ICU. But not to worry all yo middle class, someone will fill the gap that will be left once Nakumatt gets burried (maybe Chadarana or some international outfit). Local supermarkets will also gain from the spoils aka Tuskys, Naivas etc. So in short we need not cry over their mismgt.



Tuskys and Naivas are also donning empty shelves.The 24 hour outlets stopped and now close at 10.30pm

Only the Maguna Andus and other smaller supermarket will gain and survive this meltdown.Their size working for them.
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#75 Posted : Wednesday, November 02, 2016 9:28:58 PM
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Bigchick wrote:
Gatheuzi wrote:
If Uchumi had financial muscles it could have used this God sent opportunity to recoup its lost market share. Too bad that they too are in ICU. But not to worry all yo middle class, someone will fill the gap that will be left once Nakumatt gets burried (maybe Chadarana or some international outfit). Local supermarkets will also gain from the spoils aka Tuskys, Naivas etc. So in short we need not cry over their mismgt.



Tuskys and Naivas are also donning empty shelves.The 24 hour outlets stopped and now close at 10.30am.

Only the Maguna Andus and other smaller supermarket will gain and survive this meltdown.Their size working for them.


what do you mean?
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Ericsson
#76 Posted : Thursday, November 03, 2016 9:07:05 AM
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As Uchumi and Nakumatt tumble Naivas continues with expansion;

http://www.businessdaily...39006-s2eqy5z/index.html
KulaRaha
#77 Posted : Thursday, November 03, 2016 9:10:05 AM
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Gatheuzi wrote:
Did Mzee Mwao bail ship, or he is still dani?


Word is the shareholders claim they were busy paying him off, hence the poor cashflows.

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Impunity
#78 Posted : Thursday, November 03, 2016 9:34:15 AM
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Bigchick wrote:
Gatheuzi wrote:
If Uchumi had financial muscles it could have used this God sent opportunity to recoup its lost market share. Too bad that they too are in ICU. But not to worry all yo middle class, someone will fill the gap that will be left once Nakumatt gets burried (maybe Chadarana or some international outfit). Local supermarkets will also gain from the spoils aka Tuskys, Naivas etc. So in short we need not cry over their mismgt.



Tuskys and Naivas are also donning empty shelves.The 24 hour outlets stopped and now close at 10.30am.

Only the Maguna Andus and other smaller supermarket will gain and survive this meltdown.Their size working for them.


Kamindi supermarket too will survive.
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Bigchick
#79 Posted : Thursday, November 03, 2016 11:20:13 AM
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Swenani wrote:
Bigchick wrote:
Gatheuzi wrote:
If Uchumi had financial muscles it could have used this God sent opportunity to recoup its lost market share. Too bad that they too are in ICU. But not to worry all yo middle class, someone will fill the gap that will be left once Nakumatt gets burried (maybe Chadarana or some international outfit). Local supermarkets will also gain from the spoils aka Tuskys, Naivas etc. So in short we need not cry over their mismgt.



Tuskys and Naivas are also donning empty shelves.The 24 hour outlets stopped and now close at 10.30am.

Only the Maguna Andus and other smaller supermarket will gain and survive this meltdown.Their size working for them.


what do you mean?


Collected.I meant 10.30pm.Solly.
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#80 Posted : Thursday, November 03, 2016 1:42:13 PM
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Impunity wrote:
Bigchick wrote:
Gatheuzi wrote:
If Uchumi had financial muscles it could have used this God sent opportunity to recoup its lost market share. Too bad that they too are in ICU. But not to worry all yo middle class, someone will fill the gap that will be left once Nakumatt gets burried (maybe Chadarana or some international outfit). Local supermarkets will also gain from the spoils aka Tuskys, Naivas etc. So in short we need not cry over their mismgt.



Tuskys and Naivas are also donning empty shelves.The 24 hour outlets stopped and now close at 10.30am.

Only the Maguna Andus and other smaller supermarket will gain and survive this meltdown.Their size working for them.


Kamindi supermarket too will survive.
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