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  11-DEC-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 1
  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 1
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  11-DEC-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 2
  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 2
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  11-DEC-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 3
  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 3
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  11-DEC-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 4
  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 4
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  11-DEC-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 5
  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 5
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  30-NOV-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 1
  Caroline Mutoko talks to Aly Khan Satchu. Wanna get rich go to www.rich.co.ke. Aly Khan says now is the time to buy into the N.S.E. A no of companies growing at 50%. Economy growing at 6%. Downside risk is 100 pts, Upside 1800 pts. Log onto www.rich.co.ke. Caroline says website is amazing. Her interviews are place on the website.
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  30-NOV-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 2
  Caroline starts off with traffic in Nairobi. She says Aly Khan will make her rich. Caroline asks whether she should buy Safaricom? Ignore the court. You buy Safaricom and hold it. East Africa's most profitable company. Has huge potential. Everybody else will want to buy in secondary market - Vodaphone, Foreign Investors. He projects 3million applicants. He advices to mobilise the family unit. One beer missed worth ten in February. Buy and buy.
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  30-NOV-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 3
  Aly Khan is every monday on the Nairobi Star. Very soon you will have a chance to play against Aly Khan in his own game every tuesday. Caroline has been saving all year for Safaricom. Aly Khan adds so has the whole country. In the next 4 -6 weeks the market will be awash with cash. This includes foreign investors. Aly Khan says issue will be 40Billion. Which amounts to less than 15,000 per person. Aly Khan says apply for 20-30,000/-. Buy from the secondary market. Aly Khan says shares will probably issued in chunks of KES 10/-. On 10th December will be talking to Aly Khan.
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  30-NOV-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 4
  Caroline is accused of letting out a secret. A caller says he's secret was to use his relatives to apply for IPO's. He says now everyone will do that. To find Aly Khan go to www.rich.co.ke. Caroline asks what else she can do with the market once Safaricom allocations are undertaken. Aly Khan says whatever the outcome of the elections has no effect on the N.S.E. He says buy cheap shares. Market will react more positively if Mr. Kibaki is elected as Mr. Kibaki is a KnownKnown whereas Mr. Odinga is an Unknown. With spare money Aly Khan says people should be buying now. Conversation will be continued on the 10th of December.
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  27-SEP-2007 ::  CapitalFM Big Breakfast with Fareed Khimani
  Aly Khan & Melvin from Nu Metro Kenya. Nu Metro is launching a business club called MindSpeak with Aly Khan as the facilitator. Aly Khan talks about his book 'Anyone Can Be Rich'. He says the name for the website came from Ester Passaris. Aly Khan's mission is about increasing people's mental capacity. Don't be a wilderbeest be a lion. Lots of demand in cultural media space. We live in a global economy. The business club is about creating a network. Business club launching on Saturday 29th September 2007. 30% of books bought are never read. Get insight into various books. Kanye West - Touching the Sky. N.S.E is a frontier market. Growth rate fastest since independence. Aly Khan is looking at banking & ICT. 1% Gap in budget. Kenya is standing on its own feet.
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  04-SEP-2007 ::  CapitalFM Big Breakfast with Shanice
  Aly-Khan talks about his background in Mombasa, London & New York. Came back 12 months ago. Opportunities available in Kenya. www.rich.co.ke website. Empowering people to make better decisions. He details his experience. Touch the sky. Answers questions. Nu-Metro Business Club monthly meetings. N.S.E is one of the best performing stock exchanges in the world since 2002. 'Anyone Can Be Rich'. Its not how much you earn its how much you save. Comments from callers including Mr. Chris Kirubi.
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  03-AUG-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 1
  Aly-Khan introduction by Caroline Mutoko. He believes its the most exciting time to be back in Kenya. He trades in the N.S.E, helps people participate in the Economic Revolution. Caroline thinks property prices in Westlands about to go up the roof. 24 hour shopping in Nairobi. Aly-Khan talks about outsourcing. Kenyan's speak better english than Indians and South Africa.
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  03-AUG-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast with Caroline Mutoko Part 2
  Caroline says book was written for anyone to understand. Dubai never sleeps. Kenyan GDP increased 2% this year. Kenya moving to 24 hour economy. In interesting stage in our economy. Biggest hinderance to outsourcing is the cost of Internet. Cable from Dubai will bring in cost. Young people get employed. Salons's 24 hours?
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  03-AUG-2007 ::  KISS FM Big Breakfast With Caroline Mutoko Part 3
  24Hour economy insight. Construction, restaurants and other services. Nakumatt took advantage. Caroline wants 5 more years of Kibaki administration. Aly-Khan put his own money also. 'Business community loves Kibaki'. His effect is being filled. Safricom IPO peaking International interest in our market. Credit Suisse, J.P. Morgan, Merril Lynch and others in the country. 'Touch the Sky'
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