Jimna

Jimna

or

Jimnah

(both: jĭm`nə), in the Bible, son of Asher. It is also spelled Imnah.
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Banker Jimna Mbaru, who unsuccessfully ran for city governor in 2013, has taken over as the chamber's Nairobi chapter chairman.
class="MsoNormalWhile he was the chairman of the NCPB briefly in the Mwai Kibaki presidency, Nairobi businessman Jimna Mbaru tried to introduce a system of warehouse receipts.
One study in the Jimna and Conondale Ranges, south-eastern Queensland, recorded fruits from more than 100 plant species in the diet at lowland and upland sites (Innis and McEvoy 1992).
From left, Jimna Bhatti, Michael Held, Abdul Rahim and Halmina Khanum.
MUSICAL: Halmina Khanmum of Canning Street School and, inset, Jimna Bhatti, Michael Held, Abdul Rahim and Halmina Khanum
Mr Jimna Mbaru, chairman of the NSE promised international brokers that as soon as all exchange controls had been eliminated, the Exchange would be opened to foreigners but he would not be drawn into giving a date or a time scale.
John Kyande added: "Jimna Mbaru, he would, without a sweat easily sell Nairobi to investors and he commands respect among business people."