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How Kenyan Banks are Making Huge Profits as Covid-19 Continues to Bite

A kenyan bank has bought a yard to repress and resell vehicles grappled from loan defaulters highlighting the raising cases of asset seizures as the Corona virus pandemic continue to bite.

The number of loan defaulters athwart the country has increased since the outbreak of Covid-19, as from May over 130,000 kenyans have lost there jobs and number companies struggling to earn income increases.

NCBA Bank Kenya group unearthed that it had financed over 4,300 vehicles at a tune of Ksh.17 billion. NCBA was formed in 2019 following the amalgamation of CBA and NIC banks said that it uses the yard to maintain cars before reselling them at a better price instead of using typical auctioning method.

In its latest annual report, the lenders reported a 15% increase in the number of vehicles sold from the yard. Out of these, over 80% were for commercial purposes by small medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The NCBA's latest move come at a time when many auctioneers were reporting as the number of vehicles in the yard even as the number of buyers reduced due to the economic effects of Covid-19.

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