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many of us are always on our social media basically to keep in touch with every happenings, i am a social media addict that i must confess i also like allegations that happen on all social medias they always give me some thing to look into, Since the exposure of BIDCO by some top Kenyan bloggers, with the stories i was hearing i decided to dig further into the story to my surprise, most of the allegations on social media were not true. 53 more words


Guest post: Dirt, Dry minds and KYC [II]

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All eyes turn when Mr. Vimal Shah steps in. As he begins, I can’t help but notice how energetic he is considering he has been up and about since 5am. 484 more words


Deal Done....but who are the people that will be running our club?

Friday was a rather pleasant day. On the scale of day quality it probably ranks right up there as one of the best days we could ever possibly imagine. 1,279 more words



Vimal Shah is the Chief Executive Officer of the BIDCO Group, a leading manufacturer, marketer and distributor of edible oils, fats and hygienic products. Vimal has transformed BIDCO from a small and an unknown company to East Africa’s most respected manufacturing company. 156 more words


Land Grabbing in Uganda

Friends of the Earth International has worked quite a lot of time on a research project on land grabbing in Uganda. As a member of this association who is besides also involved in a research project covering this topic, I would like to share a movie with you that has been published today by FOEI. 474 more words


Alshabaab Oo Waraysi Khaas Ah la Yeeshay Oday Qaadiriyo Ah

Dhalinyaro ka tirsan Xarakada Alshabaab Almujaahidiin ee Koonfuurta Somaliya ayaa waraysi xiiso badan la yeeshay Oday Sheegtay inu yahay Awliyo Ama Weli Karameysan oo ka tirsan Dariiqada Qadiriyada Oo Ah Koox Bidco Ah Oo Dadka Somalida Been u Sheegi jirtay Xiliyadii Jaahiliga, Haddaba Nala Daawo Waraysiga Odaygan



Bidco: The Edible Oil Gods of Uganda

By 2012, Bidco’s Uganda unit plans to produce $40 million worth of crude palm oil a year, potentially saving the country $150 million annually in edible oil imports.  303 more words