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11 banks to replace KLM in Kenya Airways’ list of top owners

11 banks to replace KLM in Kenya Airways’ list of top owners

National carrier Kenya Airways has prepared a delicate recovery plan that will see 11 commercial banks it owes Sh22.8 billion jointly replace Dutch airline KLM as the second largest shareholder after the National Treasury.
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