Research proposal to evaluate the impact of cash management techniques on the profitability of Standard Chartered Introduction Now days the banking industry is dealing with so many industries and fulfilling the financial needs of the companies. The industrial development has put down the pressure on banking industry to meet out the demand of so many organizations as well as deal with households and premium retail customers. In such scenario managing the liquidity is one of the major challenges for the organizations.
He then came to Addis Abeba where he taught in two private universities for two years until he was employed in as a full time lecturer by the AUU where he continued teaching English. A father of four, Bekele was arrested in and sentenced to eight years in prison suspected of allegedly belonging to the banned Oromo Liberation Front OLF.
Upon appeal to the Supreme Court, his sentencing was reduced to three years and seven months with a right to parole. Although he was paroled and was eligible to be free in Bekele was released in the first week of April only after he finished his sentencing.
A few days after his release Bekele agreed to sit down for his first extensive interview with our Editor-in-Chief Tsedale Lemma.
Addis Standard — I would like to congratulate you for being a free man at last. But what was it like to be in prison? Bekele Gerba — Prison is not a place one appreciates to be. But I think it is also the other way of life as an Ethiopian; unfortunately it has become the fate of many of our people.
You will find a lot of students, youngsters, brothers and sisters, sons and fathers, husbands and wives. Especially when it comes to the Oromo, they are there in great numbers. Therefore going there or being there was a very good experience by itself because you will understand the agony and the hardship our people are facing at the moment.
There are lots of problems there too, from the type of food people eat to the type of bed they sleep on. But there are a lot of things to learn from them so I think for me it has been a place of training. What was your everyday life like and what was your biggest challenge? My biggest challenge was the first one year and two months when I was kept in maximum security in Kality prison.
The room was very small and the type of people we were with are regarded as deadly criminals in this country; they fight and even the police are scared of them.
Sometimes they use drugs and they fight easily with anybody. It is a very difficult place. After being there for a year and two months I was sent to Ziway. Ziway is a place where people who come from the countryside are always kept; people who are economically not well off, mainly people who are allegedly suspected of having links with the Oromo Liberation Front OLF.
And most of them are Oromos there. If you take away the large number of thieves the most popular crime there [in Ziway] is theft — and say may be out of or prisoners there about or thieves and if you take away those people who are suspected of corruption, very few in number in fact, the rest you can say they are all Afaan Oromo speakers.
How did that make you feel as a politician whose party represents the Oromo and as an Oromo? In one way I am very glad to be there because I felt myself sharing the agony of my own people. How am I different from those people? Those people went to prison because they demanded their rights; I was also there because I demanded my rights.
In this country I thought that the Oromos are being excluded from the political and from the economic spheres or participation, something I always object. Therefore I am very glad to be there. I remember the first day I went to the court before my arrest just to see how the court was proceeding when about or Oromos were imprisoned and then taken to the court.
I went there as a party member to witness and to see what was going on around.Standard Chartered Bank Kenya Limited has local shareholding of about 26%, comprising about 32, shareholders and it is a public quoted company on the Nairobi Securities Exchange since The bank offers a variety of local and foreign currency accounts, both deposit and loan, to its customers.
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The test takes 15–20 minutes and comprises a set of 14 simple balance related tasks, ranging from standing up from a sitting position, to. Born in in West Wollega region of western Ethiopia, Bekele Gerba went to elementary school in Boji Dirmaji and completed his high school in Gimbi senior secondary school.
Bekele was graduated with BA degree in foreign language and literature from the Addis Abeba University (AAU) and taught in Dembi.