KENYA: CONCERN OVER KENYA POLL RESULT SLOWS DOWN NSE TRADING

[East African] Activity at the Nairobi Securities Exchange almost ground to a halt last week as uncertainty engulfed the country pending the announcement of the presidential election result.

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