It has began

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So Naivas ikiemda tutabaki na players wagani sasa?

Read the whole story…naivas wako sawa

Itabidi tu tungoje amazon go. Looks like huku bonobo land hatuezani, kila mtu ni mwisi

Nini iko uko? Weka summary tukue na copy mdau

This has got nothing to do with naivas’ cash flow. My good friend willy is doing a great job at naivas
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Even @Okiya’s good friend Edwin Dande was doing a good job at Cytonn, once upon a time. Siombei Naivas mabaya, lakini you can’t judge a business superficially unless maybe you’re privy to the financials. Lakini so far they seem to be having a good run.

Did you even bother to find out why they are fighting over rent?

I’ve read, and it seems Naivas has a very weak argument. Hapa it appears your good friend Willy will have to pay up. But there’s a silver lining because the ordeal will teach him to draft iron clad contracts in future.

[SIZE=6][FONT=arial]However, the property firm maintains that it is entitled to the rent. The firm says the supermarket requested a 10-year fixed term with no termination clause. The lease was to expire on July 31, 2022.[/FONT][/SIZE]

[SIZE=6][FONT=arial]The company said the lease had been running smoothly until December 31, 2020, when the supermarket terminated it prematurely, adding that there had never been a dispute in respect to the lease or at all.[/FONT][/SIZE]

[SIZE=6][FONT=arial]Its representative, Jane Wangui Maina, denied that the retailer had engaged the property firm over the issue.[/FONT][/SIZE]

[SIZE=6][FONT=arial]She said the property firm had suffered a loss of Sh52.6 million due to the retailer’s premature termination of the lease.[/FONT][/SIZE]

[SIZE=6][FONT=arial]In her view, the reason advanced for termination, namely, road rehabilitation, is neither provided for nor contemplated by the lease.[/FONT][/SIZE]