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Nairobi Business Ventures approves Sh83mn investment by Delta International FZE

NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 9-Nairobi Business Ventures (NBV) shareholders have approved a Sh83 million investment by Dubai-based Delta International FZE at the firm’s annual general meeting (AGM).

The shareholder approval of the Sh83 million investment will result in Delta International FZE owning an 84 percent stake in NBV, pending all regulatory approvals.

Shareholders additionally approved splitting the shares into two which should result in greater liquidity in the stock.

The shareholder approval now paves the way for NBV to venture into new businesses including trading and the manufacturing of sustainable products.

“NBV will greatly benefit from Delta International FZE vast experience in trade, services and manufacturing of sustainable products. We welcome this new partnership that will enable us diversify into these new and promising sectors,” said NBV Chairman Sheth Kumar Harshard in a statement.

NBV was established as a leather products retail chain operating under the brand name “K Shoe” but has made the strategic decision to exit the retail businesses, which is facing numerous challenges. Instead NBV will enter venture into trade and the manufacturing of sustainable products.

“NBV’s outlook is bright and we plan to become a major manufacturer of sustainable products in the coming years. The partnership with Delta International FZE will give us a firm footing to achieve this goal,” said NBV CEO Abotula Vasu.

The  investment will additionally result in the creation of 415 million new shares tradable on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE).

ABC Capital were the transaction advisors and MW & Company Advocates LLP were the legal advisors.

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