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Ebenyo
#61 Posted : Wednesday, September 11, 2019 3:11:23 PM
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Superprime1 wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Superprime1 wrote:
@KaunganaDodo When are full year results out and what should we anticipate on this one? Last time you were quite accurate...


we can start with the known knowns first, which is that "there will be no Dividends Declared this year" The other known unknowns and other Unknown Unknowns will be Known at day break. Its still midnight,unknown unknown phantom figures are walking around the compounds looking for Creatures crawl in search of blood. I would rather Pee inside here than open the midnight door in search of the known pit latrine hidden in the known darkness where unknown unknown creatures crawl.


Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly Damn, it's that bad!



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KaunganaDoDo
#62 Posted : Thursday, September 12, 2019 10:15:50 AM
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Joined: 8/6/2018
Posts: 177
Superprime1 wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Superprime1 wrote:
@KaunganaDodo When are full year results out and what should we anticipate on this one? Last time you were quite accurate...


we can start with the known knowns first, which is that "there will be no Dividends Declared this year" The other known unknowns and other Unknown Unknowns will be Known at day break. Its still midnight,unknown unknown phantom figures are walking around the compounds looking for Creatures crawl in search of blood. I would rather Pee inside here than open the midnight door in search of the known pit latrine hidden in the known darkness where unknown unknown creatures crawl.


Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly Damn, it's that bad!

Very bad. scamper into the darkness , abandon the house. This week before it ends, there will be blood in the compound, The Phantom figure has found bloody creatures. LEAVE THE COMPOUND NOW!SON, RUN!YOU WILL COME BACK LATER!
Ericsson
#63 Posted : Thursday, September 12, 2019 10:22:52 AM
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Joined: 12/4/2009
Posts: 7,450
Location: NAIROBI
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Superprime1 wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Superprime1 wrote:
@KaunganaDodo When are full year results out and what should we anticipate on this one? Last time you were quite accurate...


we can start with the known knowns first, which is that "there will be no Dividends Declared this year" The other known unknowns and other Unknown Unknowns will be Known at day break. Its still midnight,unknown unknown phantom figures are walking around the compounds looking for Creatures crawl in search of blood. I would rather Pee inside here than open the midnight door in search of the known pit latrine hidden in the known darkness where unknown unknown creatures crawl.


Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly Damn, it's that bad!

Very bad. scamper into the darkness , abandon the house. This week before it ends, there will be blood in the compound, The Phantom figure has found bloody creatures. LEAVE THE COMPOUND NOW!SON, RUN!YOU WILL COME BACK LATER!


The week ends tomorrow.
Ericsson
#64 Posted : Tuesday, September 17, 2019 1:06:31 PM
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Joined: 12/4/2009
Posts: 7,450
Location: NAIROBI
Kenya Power strikes Sh200m deal with suspended bosses
Suspended Kenya Power managers have walked away with millions of shillings in “severance” pay to relinquish their positions at the electricity retailer.
The move is meant to pave way for the recruitment of a substantive management team even as the court cases in which they face corruption charges continue.

The managers, including former chief executive Ken Tarus, will walk away with a combined Sh200 million in what has been termed a mutual separation, with each pocketing between Sh15 million and Sh20 million.
A Kenya Power insider said each of the managers walked away with between Sh15 million and Sh20 million. The interim team has been getting renewals of their terms every few months.

In the deal, former chief executive Tarus will come off as a major winner, pocketing Sh20 million, according to sources.

This would have been his salary for two years, having been paid Sh11 million in salary and allowances during his first year as chief executive between August 2017 and July 2018, when he was suspended following his arrest and arraignment in court.

He had been on half-pay over the 2018/2019 financial year during which he remained suspended.

https://www.standardmedi...ower-s-costly-separation
watesh
#65 Posted : Wednesday, September 18, 2019 9:13:11 AM
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Joined: 8/10/2014
Posts: 740
Location: Kenya
[quote=Ericsson]Kenya Power strikes Sh200m deal with suspended bosses
Suspended Kenya Power managers have walked away with millions of shillings in “severance” pay to relinquish their positions at the electricity retailer.
The move is meant to pave way for the recruitment of a substantive management team even as the court cases in which they face corruption charges continue.

The managers, including former chief executive Ken Tarus, will walk away with a combined Sh200 million in what has been termed a mutual separation, with each pocketing between Sh15 million and Sh20 million.
A Kenya Power insider said each of the managers walked away with between Sh15 million and Sh20 million. The interim team has been getting renewals of their terms every few months.

In the deal, former chief executive Tarus will come off as a major winner, pocketing Sh20 million, according to sources.

This would have been his salary for two years, having been paid Sh11 million in salary and allowances during his first year as chief executive between August 2017 and July 2018, when he was suspended following his arrest and arraignment in court.

He had been on half-pay over the 2018/2019 financial year during which he remained suspended.

https://www.standardmedi...wer-s-costly-separation[/quote]
Wow we definitely not getting any dividends any time soon.
KaunganaDoDo
#66 Posted : Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:15:19 AM
Rank: Member


Joined: 8/6/2018
Posts: 177
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Superprime1 wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Superprime1 wrote:
@KaunganaDodo When are full year results out and what should we anticipate on this one? Last time you were quite accurate...


we can start with the known knowns first, which is that "there will be no Dividends Declared this year" The other known unknowns and other Unknown Unknowns will be Known at day break. Its still midnight,unknown unknown phantom figures are walking around the compounds looking for Creatures crawl in search of blood. I would rather Pee inside here than open the midnight door in search of the known pit latrine hidden in the known darkness where unknown unknown creatures crawl.


Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly Damn, it's that bad!

Very bad. scamper into the darkness , abandon the house. This week before it ends, there will be blood in the compound, The Phantom figure has found bloody creatures. LEAVE THE COMPOUND NOW!SON, RUN!YOU WILL COME BACK LATER!


BOOM! KPLC ISSUES A PROFIT WARNING TODAY.
Superprime1
#67 Posted : Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:31:40 AM
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Joined: 5/2/2018
Posts: 228
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Superprime1 wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Superprime1 wrote:
@KaunganaDodo When are full year results out and what should we anticipate on this one? Last time you were quite accurate...


we can start with the known knowns first, which is that "there will be no Dividends Declared this year" The other known unknowns and other Unknown Unknowns will be Known at day break. Its still midnight,unknown unknown phantom figures are walking around the compounds looking for Creatures crawl in search of blood. I would rather Pee inside here than open the midnight door in search of the known pit latrine hidden in the known darkness where unknown unknown creatures crawl.


Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly Damn, it's that bad!

Very bad. scamper into the darkness , abandon the house. This week before it ends, there will be blood in the compound, The Phantom figure has found bloody creatures. LEAVE THE COMPOUND NOW!SON, RUN!YOU WILL COME BACK LATER!


BOOM! KPLC ISSUES A PROFIT WARNING TODAY.


This thing should now trade at below 1 bob to join the other monkeys. @KaunganaDodo you were on point, again!
kayhara
#68 Posted : Thursday, September 19, 2019 10:53:04 AM
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Joined: 5/5/2011
Posts: 1,026
Niuze holding niingonje pale chini, what's the long term picture ama we are looking at a future monkey.
To Each His Own
Fyatu
#69 Posted : Thursday, September 19, 2019 3:53:58 PM
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Joined: 1/20/2011
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Location: Nakuru
kayhara wrote:
Niuze holding niingonje pale chini, what's the long term picture ama we are looking at a future monkey.


Run for your dear life brother and don't look back like Lot's wife lest you turn into a mound of salt.

This one is headed the KQ way. I have sold my holdings today (abp ksh. 3.96, sell price 3.20). Trust me, having been burnt to recognition not once, not twice...a couple of times, i know what i am talking about. Next year the balance sheet will be on negative equity and next year part one KPLC will be on its death bed having financed Jubilee kumi tena campaigns for 2022. Just observe KPLC operations(staff included) in your locality and decide whether this is a company you are proud to own.
Dumb money becomes dumb only when it listens to smart money
KaunganaDoDo
#70 Posted : Friday, September 20, 2019 10:00:52 AM
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Joined: 8/6/2018
Posts: 177
Fyatu wrote:
kayhara wrote:
Niuze holding niingonje pale chini, what's the long term picture ama we are looking at a future monkey.


Run for your dear life brother and don't look back like Lot's wife lest you turn into a mound of salt.

This one is headed the KQ way. I have sold my holdings today (abp ksh. 3.96, sell price 3.20). Trust me, having been burnt to recognition not once, not twice...a couple of times, i know what i am talking about. Next year the balance sheet will be on negative equity and next year part one KPLC will be on its death bed having financed Jubilee kumi tena campaigns for 2022. Just observe KPLC operations(staff included) in your locality and decide whether this is a company you are proud to own.


I dont think KPLC will slide into negative equity soon....Although they will continue having negative working capital . Refinancing of their short term loans into long term is ongoing. Much of the gist is obsolesce Inventories and write-off of government receivables.

There is a possibility they can make a Loss when they announce their numbers later in October . if this holds, its primarily due to write off of these receivables from Government(The cost incurred by KPLC in operating and maintaining Rural Electrification schemes (last mile) distribution network owned by REA...this cost is normally Government billed...currently accumulated to over Ksh 18B...
Ericsson
#71 Posted : Friday, September 20, 2019 10:05:52 AM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 12/4/2009
Posts: 7,450
Location: NAIROBI
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Fyatu wrote:
kayhara wrote:
Niuze holding niingonje pale chini, what's the long term picture ama we are looking at a future monkey.


Run for your dear life brother and don't look back like Lot's wife lest you turn into a mound of salt.

This one is headed the KQ way. I have sold my holdings today (abp ksh. 3.96, sell price 3.20). Trust me, having been burnt to recognition not once, not twice...a couple of times, i know what i am talking about. Next year the balance sheet will be on negative equity and next year part one KPLC will be on its death bed having financed Jubilee kumi tena campaigns for 2022. Just observe KPLC operations(staff included) in your locality and decide whether this is a company you are proud to own.


I dont think KPLC will slide into negative equity soon....Although they will continue having negative working capital . Refinancing of their short term loans into long term is ongoing. Much of the gist is obsolesce Inventories and write-off of government receivables.

There is a possibility they can make a Loss when they announce their numbers later in October . if this holds, its primarily due to write off of these receivables from Government(The cost incurred by KPLC in operating and maintaining Rural Electrification schemes (last mile) distribution network owned by REA...this cost is normally Government billed...currently accumulated to over Ksh 18B...


And then you will hear the government debt of ksh.18bn has been equalised to write off the amount of money Government has on-lent to KPLC.
KaunganaDoDo
#72 Posted : Friday, September 20, 2019 10:17:13 AM
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Joined: 8/6/2018
Posts: 177
Ericsson wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Fyatu wrote:
kayhara wrote:
Niuze holding niingonje pale chini, what's the long term picture ama we are looking at a future monkey.


Run for your dear life brother and don't look back like Lot's wife lest you turn into a mound of salt.

This one is headed the KQ way. I have sold my holdings today (abp ksh. 3.96, sell price 3.20). Trust me, having been burnt to recognition not once, not twice...a couple of times, i know what i am talking about. Next year the balance sheet will be on negative equity and next year part one KPLC will be on its death bed having financed Jubilee kumi tena campaigns for 2022. Just observe KPLC operations(staff included) in your locality and decide whether this is a company you are proud to own.


I dont think KPLC will slide into negative equity soon....Although they will continue having negative working capital . Refinancing of their short term loans into long term is ongoing. Much of the gist is obsolesce Inventories and write-off of government receivables.

There is a possibility they can make a Loss when they announce their numbers later in October . if this holds, its primarily due to write off of these receivables from Government(The cost incurred by KPLC in operating and maintaining Rural Electrification schemes (last mile) distribution network owned by REA...this cost is normally Government billed...currently accumulated to over Ksh 18B...


And then you will hear the government debt of ksh.18bn has been equalised to write off the amount of money Government has on-lent to KPLC.


This is a crazy LIVE possibility, it worsens their working capital further...netting off current asset with a long term liability
Ericsson
#73 Posted : Friday, September 20, 2019 10:49:28 AM
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Joined: 12/4/2009
Posts: 7,450
Location: NAIROBI
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Fyatu wrote:
kayhara wrote:
Niuze holding niingonje pale chini, what's the long term picture ama we are looking at a future monkey.


Run for your dear life brother and don't look back like Lot's wife lest you turn into a mound of salt.

This one is headed the KQ way. I have sold my holdings today (abp ksh. 3.96, sell price 3.20). Trust me, having been burnt to recognition not once, not twice...a couple of times, i know what i am talking about. Next year the balance sheet will be on negative equity and next year part one KPLC will be on its death bed having financed Jubilee kumi tena campaigns for 2022. Just observe KPLC operations(staff included) in your locality and decide whether this is a company you are proud to own.


I dont think KPLC will slide into negative equity soon....Although they will continue having negative working capital . Refinancing of their short term loans into long term is ongoing. Much of the gist is obsolesce Inventories and write-off of government receivables.

There is a possibility they can make a Loss when they announce their numbers later in October . if this holds, its primarily due to write off of these receivables from Government(The cost incurred by KPLC in operating and maintaining Rural Electrification schemes (last mile) distribution network owned by REA...this cost is normally Government billed...currently accumulated to over Ksh 18B...


And then you will hear the government debt of ksh.18bn has been equalised to write off the amount of money Government has on-lent to KPLC.


This is a crazy LIVE possibility, it worsens their working capital further...netting off current asset with a long term liability


The argument will be it will reduce the debt load of kenya power,interest payments.
MugundaMan
#74 Posted : Friday, September 20, 2019 11:33:23 AM
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kayhara wrote:
Niuze holding niingonje pale chini, what's the long term picture ama we are looking at a future monkey.


Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly

Kayhara SURELY you cannot be serious.
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wukan
#75 Posted : Thursday, September 26, 2019 11:46:38 AM
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The tariff hike has once again been rejected. Stay away from GoK controlled firms and set up a helpline to talk you down anytime you feel like investing in one.Sad

Quote:
Energy Secretary Charles Keter has rejected Kenya Power’s bid to increase electricity tariffs, a move than now offers relief to consumers but deals a blow to the utility company that was betting on new prices to reverse profit drops.

The firm has hinged the recovery of its earnings on the new tariffs after issuing a profit warning for the second year in a row.

“We will not increase any tariff, what we are going to do is to work on methods of mitigating that, but as you are aware we have new, cheaper power plants like Turkana wind,” Mr Keter said.

“A company can issue profit warning depending on its financial position. As a government we are okay with it (profit warning),” he said.
https://www.businessdail...88002-ojoo1z/index.html
KaunganaDoDo
#76 Posted : Thursday, September 26, 2019 2:12:32 PM
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wukan wrote:
The tariff hike has once again been rejected. Stay away from GoK controlled firms and set up a helpline to talk you down anytime you feel like investing in one.Sad

Quote:
Energy Secretary Charles Keter has rejected Kenya Power’s bid to increase electricity tariffs, a move than now offers relief to consumers but deals a blow to the utility company that was betting on new prices to reverse profit drops.

The firm has hinged the recovery of its earnings on the new tariffs after issuing a profit warning for the second year in a row.

“We will not increase any tariff, what we are going to do is to work on methods of mitigating that, but as you are aware we have new, cheaper power plants like Turkana wind,” Mr Keter said.

“A company can issue profit warning depending on its financial position. As a government we are okay with it (profit warning),” he said.
https://www.businessdail...88002-ojoo1z/index.html


Actually the tariff review hasn't been declined....its an ongoing process that will result in either tariff adjustment upward for certain customer category or direct transfer of resources from National treasury to kplc
VituVingiSana
#77 Posted : Friday, September 27, 2019 3:17:08 AM
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Location: Nairobi
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
wukan wrote:
The tariff hike has once again been rejected. Stay away from GoK controlled firms and set up a helpline to talk you down anytime you feel like investing in one.Sad

Quote:
Energy Secretary Charles Keter has rejected Kenya Power’s bid to increase electricity tariffs, a move than now offers relief to consumers but deals a blow to the utility company that was betting on new prices to reverse profit drops.

The firm has hinged the recovery of its earnings on the new tariffs after issuing a profit warning for the second year in a row.

“We will not increase any tariff, what we are going to do is to work on methods of mitigating that, but as you are aware we have new, cheaper power plants like Turkana wind,” Mr Keter said.

“A company can issue profit warning depending on its financial position. As a government we are okay with it (profit warning),” he said.
https://www.businessdail...88002-ojoo1z/index.html


Actually the tariff review hasn't been declined....its an ongoing process that will result in either tariff adjustment upward for certain customer category or direct transfer of resources from National treasury to kplc
The latter is interesting. How does it work?
Greedy when others are fearful. Very fearful when others are greedy - to paraphrase Warren Buffett
KaunganaDoDo
#78 Posted : Friday, September 27, 2019 8:40:15 AM
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VituVingiSana wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
wukan wrote:
The tariff hike has once again been rejected. Stay away from GoK controlled firms and set up a helpline to talk you down anytime you feel like investing in one.Sad

Quote:
Energy Secretary Charles Keter has rejected Kenya Power’s bid to increase electricity tariffs, a move than now offers relief to consumers but deals a blow to the utility company that was betting on new prices to reverse profit drops.

The firm has hinged the recovery of its earnings on the new tariffs after issuing a profit warning for the second year in a row.

“We will not increase any tariff, what we are going to do is to work on methods of mitigating that, but as you are aware we have new, cheaper power plants like Turkana wind,” Mr Keter said.

“A company can issue profit warning depending on its financial position. As a government we are okay with it (profit warning),” he said.
https://www.businessdail...88002-ojoo1z/index.html


Actually the tariff review hasn't been declined....its an ongoing process that will result in either tariff adjustment upward for certain customer category or direct transfer of resources from National treasury to kplc
The latter is interesting. How does it work?


The expected tariff jump was as a result of increased power purchase costs expected...Olkaria V will need 10B in new revenues per year, ethiopia almost similar amount....not to add many new solars projects...ANYWAY, the government letter of support given to generation firms gives a leeway of GOK payment to generation firms incase kplc is unable to pay due to lack of revenue provision in the tariff....like the Government paid 7B to lake turkana wind power
Ericsson
#79 Posted : Friday, September 27, 2019 8:53:57 AM
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KaunganaDoDo wrote:
VituVingiSana wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
wukan wrote:
The tariff hike has once again been rejected. Stay away from GoK controlled firms and set up a helpline to talk you down anytime you feel like investing in one.Sad

Quote:
Energy Secretary Charles Keter has rejected Kenya Power’s bid to increase electricity tariffs, a move than now offers relief to consumers but deals a blow to the utility company that was betting on new prices to reverse profit drops.

The firm has hinged the recovery of its earnings on the new tariffs after issuing a profit warning for the second year in a row.

“We will not increase any tariff, what we are going to do is to work on methods of mitigating that, but as you are aware we have new, cheaper power plants like Turkana wind,” Mr Keter said.

“A company can issue profit warning depending on its financial position. As a government we are okay with it (profit warning),” he said.
https://www.businessdail...88002-ojoo1z/index.html


Actually the tariff review hasn't been declined....its an ongoing process that will result in either tariff adjustment upward for certain customer category or direct transfer of resources from National treasury to kplc
The latter is interesting. How does it work?


The expected tariff jump was as a result of increased power purchase costs expected...Olkaria V will need 10B in new revenues per year, ethiopia almost similar amount....not to add many new solars projects...ANYWAY, the government letter of support given to generation firms gives a leeway of GOK payment to generation firms incase kplc is unable to pay due to lack of revenue provision in the tariff....like the Government paid 7B to lake turkana wind power


For Ethiopia case the power stations is not yet ready,KPLC still has some buying time.
After Olkaria 1 Unit 6 is done in 2021,KENGEN takes a pause so as not to supply us with too much power.
VituVingiSana
#80 Posted : Friday, September 27, 2019 9:17:19 AM
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Joined: 1/3/2007
Posts: 16,450
Location: Nairobi
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
VituVingiSana wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
wukan wrote:
The tariff hike has once again been rejected. Stay away from GoK controlled firms and set up a helpline to talk you down anytime you feel like investing in one.Sad

Quote:
Energy Secretary Charles Keter has rejected Kenya Power’s bid to increase electricity tariffs, a move than now offers relief to consumers but deals a blow to the utility company that was betting on new prices to reverse profit drops.

The firm has hinged the recovery of its earnings on the new tariffs after issuing a profit warning for the second year in a row.

“We will not increase any tariff, what we are going to do is to work on methods of mitigating that, but as you are aware we have new, cheaper power plants like Turkana wind,” Mr Keter said.

“A company can issue profit warning depending on its financial position. As a government we are okay with it (profit warning),” he said.
https://www.businessdail...88002-ojoo1z/index.html


Actually the tariff review hasn't been declined....its an ongoing process that will result in either tariff adjustment upward for certain customer category or direct transfer of resources from National treasury to kplc
The latter is interesting. How does it work?

The expected tariff jump was as a result of increased power purchase costs expected...Olkaria V will need 10B in new revenues per year, ethiopia almost similar amount....not to add many new solars projects...ANYWAY, the government letter of support given to generation firms gives a leeway of GOK payment to generation firms incase kplc is unable to pay due to lack of revenue provision in the tariff....like the Government paid 7B to lake turkana wind power
So if it only kicks in if and when KPLC defaults, how does it benefit KPLC shareholders?

Was the payment of 7bn to LTWP made by GoK on behalf of KPLC or KETRACO?

How could KPLC off-take power when the T-line was not ready/connected?
Greedy when others are fearful. Very fearful when others are greedy - to paraphrase Warren Buffett
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