Pizza maker insures hands for Sh1.55 billion

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Papa John’s’ founder has insured his hands for £10 million (Sh1.55 billion).

The founder and CEO of the restaurant chain, ‘Papa’ John Schnatter, is believed to be the first pizza maker in the UK to financially protect their hands, but has created the bespoke agreement with syndicates at Lloyd’s of London in case he ever loses them.

Palmist Amy Garner said the move was important as the businessman – who has more than 4,600 stores in 37 countries worldwide – has unique hands which are perfect for making the Italian treat.

She said: “The ‘whorl’ finger print on his right ring finger demonstrates Papa John is a ‘Master of Creativity’.

“Papa John’s rich imagination supports this – as demonstrated by his head line which curves down on the right hand. This is ideal for creating eye-catching pizza toppings and delicious recipes, essential in the business of making and selling pizzas.”

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  • Kunavile

    These are the same leaders who failed to condemn the jamia mosque riots where their ‘sons’ were proudly displaying the alshabaab flag. The community is being vetted as it has criminal elements within it; alshabaab financiers and refugees buying citizenship. They should stop playing victim and expose these elements.

    • EUE

      spot on ! enough said….

  • Kamaa

    These hypocrates sd just stop calling for press. I do not mind being checked by police esp in this desperate times, all Kenyans have had to adjust their lives. The last thg we need is sm religious fanatics issuing warnin to the government while our warriors are being killed. If it means me going to answer sm questions in the police station whether am muslim or not is not the issue, I will coz our soldiers are paying the ultimate price at war.

  • I am for justice

    It took long enough.  When are we going to stop pussy footing around and  deal with these cowards.  It has taken far too long before anyone in authority has said “enough is enough”.  Get in there and get it sorted!!!

  • Caveman2duelcore

    It is not even a long time ago, almost two years now since we saw a number of No 9 matatus plying the eastleigh route displaying pictures of the most dreaded international criminal osama bin laden. We also was saw black flags with arabic writings hoisted on the sides of the matatus but it is only now that we realise that it was al shabaab flags proudly being displayed in the open. Again i dare to say only in Kenya can you blatantly break the law with total impunity. Not even one country in the entire world could allow this. It is only in Kenya where ‘money worship’ has reached epidemic levels. 
     When the islamic millitants attacked the US embassy in August of ’98 most Kenyans naively thought this isn’t our war but now look, we are faced with the same threat the USA  and indeed europe have been challenged with. My point is that Al-Qaeda/Al-Shabaab have deep roots in our country. The Muslim business community leaders should realize that they stand to loose if the public sees them siding with our enemies. They should choose on whose side they are on. You will not drag the govt. into solving problems between two individuals.Again during the riots at the Jamia mosque sometime ago when suspects of Kampala bombings were arrested the entire Muslim crowds congregated at the Jamia mosque and acted like as if this was not their country. The Muslim youth hurled rocks and shouted Arabic threats to the rest of the public. I remember that because of this provocation, there some skirmishes between them and the rest of the public . Immediately they town was divided into ‘Christian’ vs ‘Muslim’The important question now is…. do you have the right to hold a Kenyan passport if you are working directly against the aspirations and values of its citizens?

  • Mwash yohanes

    What is the government doing to the leaders of the Mosques’ that were said to have been recruiting our youths to join al shabab ??

    • Hpeter

      Tell them let know.they were to act the first day .

  • Anonymous

    “We fully support the government, what they are doing in terms of cracking down on Al Shabaab is commendable” yeah, we believe you… we do… almost.

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