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NCBA Book closure KES 3.00 final dividend Apr 30 2024
ABSA Book closure KES 1.35 final dividend Apr 30 2024
COOP Book closure KES 1.50 first and final dividend Apr 29 2024
COOP Book closure KES 1.50 first and final dividend Apr 28 2024
EABL Payment of KES 1.00 interim dividend Apr 26 2024
SCBK Book closure KES 23.00 final dividend Apr 19 2024
IMH Book closure KES 2.55 first and final dividend Apr 18 2024
BAMB Announced a KES 5.47 first and final dividend Apr 17 2024
LIMT Book closure KES 1.00 final dividend Apr 15 2024
LIMT Book closure KES 1.00 final dividend Apr 13 2024
NSE Announced a KES 0.16 first and final dividend Apr 02 2024
SCOM Payment of KES 0.55 interim dividend Mar 31 2024
NCBA Announced a KES 3.00 final dividend Mar 27 2024
EQTY Announced a KES 4.00 final dividend Mar 27 2024
DTK Announced a KES 6.00 final dividend Mar 27 2024
UMME Announced a UGS 54.20 final dividend Mar 25 2024
LIMT Announced a KES 1.00 final dividend Mar 25 2024
LIMT Announced a KES 1.00 final dividend Mar 25 2024
IMH Announced a KES 2.55 first and final dividend Mar 25 2024
SASN Payment of KES 0.50 final dividend Mar 22 2024
COOP Announced a KES 1.50 first and final dividend Mar 21 2024
COOP Announced a KES 1.50 first and final dividend Mar 21 2024
KUKZ Announced a KES 24.00 final dividend Mar 20 2024
ABSA Announced a KES 1.35 final dividend Mar 18 2024
SCOM Book closure KES 0.55 interim dividend Mar 15 2024
SCBK Announced a KES 23.00 final dividend Mar 12 2024
UMME Payment of UGS 24.00 interim dividend Feb 29 2024
SCOM Announced a KES 0.55 interim dividend Feb 22 2024
SASN Book closure KES 0.50 final dividend Feb 22 2024
EABL Book closure KES 1.00 interim dividend Feb 16 2024
KEGN Payment of KES 0.30 first and final dividend Feb 15 2024
BAT Announced a KES 45.00 final dividend Feb 15 2024
UMME Book closure UGS 24.00 interim dividend Feb 09 2024
EABL Announced a KES 1.00 interim dividend Jan 26 2024
SASN Announced a KES 0.50 final dividend Jan 08 2024
SCBK Payment of KES 6.00 interim dividend Dec 28 2023
CARB Payment of KES 1.70 final dividend Dec 15 2023
SCBK Book closure KES 6.00 interim dividend Dec 14 2023
WTK Payment of KES 10.00 interim dividend Dec 13 2023
KAPC Payment of KES 10.00 interim dividend Dec 13 2023
WTK Book closure KES 10.00 interim dividend Dec 07 2023
KAPC Book closure KES 10.00 interim dividend Dec 07 2023
KEGN Book closure KES 0.30 first and final dividend Nov 30 2023
CTUM Payment of KES 0.60 final dividend Nov 30 2023
CARB Book closure KES 1.70 final dividend Nov 24 2023
SCBK Announced a KES 6.00 interim dividend Nov 22 2023
WTK Announced a KES 10.00 interim dividend Nov 17 2023
KAPC Announced a KES 10.00 interim dividend Nov 17 2023
KEGN Announced a KES 0.30 first and final dividend Oct 27 2023
EABL Payment of KES 1.75 final dividend Oct 27 2023
EABL Payment of KES 1.75 final dividend Oct 27 2023
CARB Announced a KES 1.70 final dividend Oct 25 2023

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If you bought Safaricom shares 5 years ago, you have made a return of close to 600%. Even in the face of competition and split recommendations due to alleged dominance, the company has continued to outperform and is currently by market capitalization, bigger than the combination of all Kenyan banks plus EABL!

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