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Hello member!
Nimesikia juu juu kuwa Precision wanauza hisa. Naomba mwenye taarifa tafadhali anijuze.
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Kwa taarifa zaidi google precision air utapata taarifa kamili
 
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Hebu wasiliana na M-pesa akupe doc fulani itakusaidia
 
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bado hawajaanza ila wametuambia tukae mkao wa kala muda si mrefu zitangazwa
 
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Nitawajuza fasta once zikitoka kama kweli zipo!
 
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Wamesema hisa zitauzwa tshs 475/- na mtu anaruhusiwa kununua hisa 200 tuu.
 
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Wamesema hisa zitauzwa tshs 475/- na mtu anaruhusiwa kununua hisa 200 tuu.

Naona wewe hujaelewa kabisaaaaaaaaaaa. Hebu nenda website ya precision kasome tena
 
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The Citizen Reporter
Dar es Salaam. Share-sale of one of the most successful local airlines for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) started to a slow pace yesterday, as there was delay in supplying key documents to some banks.Precision Air Services is offering 58,841,750 shares for sale during the IPO that runs for three weeks. The company co-owned by Kenya Airways, seeks to raise Sh27.9 billion in the exercise to finance an ambitious fleet modernisation and expansion plan.

The price for each share in the IPO has been pegged at Sh475 and buyers were expected to purchase a minimum of 200 shares. At least two commercial banks, CRDB and Stanbic, had not started selling the shares by yesterday, but were expected to open to subscribers on Monday.

At Orbit Securities, a leading broker, the exercise started smoothly, even though by mid-morning only some 40 individuals had collected application forms. However, more interested parties were reportedly sending inquiries, a signal the sale may pick up next week.

The Chief Executive Officer of Orbit Securities, Mr Laurean Malauri, said indications showed the IPO would be successful. “We normally do not expect much in the first day as investors are still reading the prospectus before they decide. It is actually encouraging and we expect more subscription next week,” said Mr Malauri.
At CRDB Bank, there was late arrival of application forms and prospectuses. The bank said it would start selling the shares from Monday.

“There was a delay in getting the documents, but we have already received them. The application forms will be distributed to Dar es Salaam branches from today, but for investors to avoid disturbances they can reach respective branches from next Monday,” said Mr Charles Itembe, the CRDB Treasury Operations Manager.The delay also affected Stanbic Bank, although there was a sign of high demand from various individuals both in Dar es Salaam and upcountry.

“The low turnout you observe is just normal for the first day. However, I have received many calls from Dar es Salaam, Mwanza, Mbeya and Arusha asking when they will get the application forms. There is high demand of the shares,” commented an official from Stanbic Bank who asked not to be named.
 
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The Citizen Reporter
Dar es Salaam. Share-sale of one of the most successful local airlines for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) started to a slow pace yesterday, as there was delay in supplying key documents to some banks.Precision Air Services is offering 58,841,750 shares for sale during the IPO that runs for three weeks. The company co-owned by Kenya Airways, seeks to raise Sh27.9 billion in the exercise to finance an ambitious fleet modernisation and expansion plan.

The price for each share in the IPO has been pegged at Sh475 and buyers were expected to purchase a minimum of 200 shares. At least two commercial banks, CRDB and Stanbic, had not started selling the shares by yesterday, but were expected to open to subscribers on Monday.

At Orbit Securities, a leading broker, the exercise started smoothly, even though by mid-morning only some 40 individuals had collected application forms. However, more interested parties were reportedly sending inquiries, a signal the sale may pick up next week.

The Chief Executive Officer of Orbit Securities, Mr Laurean Malauri, said indications showed the IPO would be successful. "We normally do not expect much in the first day as investors are still reading the prospectus before they decide. It is actually encouraging and we expect more subscription next week," said Mr Malauri.
At CRDB Bank, there was late arrival of application forms and prospectuses. The bank said it would start selling the shares from Monday.

"There was a delay in getting the documents, but we have already received them. The application forms will be distributed to Dar es Salaam branches from today, but for investors to avoid disturbances they can reach respective branches from next Monday," said Mr Charles Itembe, the CRDB Treasury Operations Manager.The delay also affected Stanbic Bank, although there was a sign of high demand from various individuals both in Dar es Salaam and upcountry.

"The low turnout you observe is just normal for the first day. However, I have received many calls from Dar es Salaam, Mwanza, Mbeya and Arusha asking when they will get the application forms. There is high demand of the shares," commented an official from Stanbic Bank who asked not to be named.
Thanx Mjimpya ndo maana naizimikia JF kwa Info za ukweli
 

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