Kenya Commercial Bank vows to resume investment in South Sudan

KCB building in Nairobi.

Juba, August 9, 2019 (SSNA) — Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) has announced that it is ready to boost investment in South Sudan, saying there are positive economic signs in the war-wracked young nation.

The announcement comes as Kenya’s special envoy to South Sudan, Kalonzo Musyoka, calls for parties to the September 2018 peace agreement to implement the deal.

KCB was one of the biggest investors in the country before the civil war broke out. The company significantly reduced its presence after some deals with the South Sudanese government went unfulfilled.

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  • Anyieth majokdit Deng
    August 11, 2019 7:13 am

    Yes that it’s locking out plize ‘
    Because they people of the juba minister s included the president kiir Couspin luel think he’s the one wisely open the wrong way of they criminally which pushing up the country to the death with museveni of Uganda Plize! No thanks to they criminally and goodbyes ‘ by Dr Ak.

  • The maize normally yielded many to the farmer who has lost teeth like south sudan is blessed .


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