Dushanbe physical and legal entities reportedly buy shares in Roghun for TJS 400 mln yesterday

 

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January 7, 2010, Payrav Chorshanbiyev

 

 

According to the preliminary data, physical and legal entities in Dushanbe yesterday acquired shares in open joint-stock company (OJSC) NBO Roghun for some 400 million somoni (equivalent to some 92 million U.S. dollars), according to the Ministry of Finance (MoF).

 

The source at a MoF noted that they were currently receiving information about a Roghun share sale campaign from all regions of the countries and after that they would publish exact figures.

 

As it had been reported earlier, more than 580 outlets for selling shares in NBO Roghun were opened across the country yesterday.  NBO Roghun is carrying out the stock floatation through agencies of Tajikistan’s savings bank, Amonatbonk.

 

MoF jointly with NBO Roghun issued five million shares and certificates of shares for a total amount of 6 billion somoni (equivalent to some US$1.4 billion) in Tajikistan.  The face value of one share is 100 somoni and they also issued the Certificates of Shares of different face values – in 500, 1000 and 5000 somoni

 

 

 

 

…While Yovon couple wants to name their newborn daughter Sahmiya (share)

 

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January 7, 2010, Mavjouda Hasanova

 

 

The first share in open joint-stock company (OJSC) NBO Roghun sold in the Yovon district, Khatlon province yesterday went to the baby girl that was born yesterday morning in the Jabborov family. According to the Committee for Youth, Sports and Tourism Affairs, the Certificate of Shares with the face value of 5,100 somoni was donated to the newborn girl by Barotali Yusupov, chairman of the Yovon district. Besides, her parents also bought the Certificate of Shares with face value of 5,000 somoni for her. The source says the Yovon couple wants to name their daughter Sahmiya (share) in honor of the Roghun hydroelectric power plant (HPP).

 

 

 

 

Baby boy born in Sughd yesterday named Roghunshoh...

 

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January 7, 2010, Mavlouda Rafiyeva

 

 

A baby boy that was born in the Sughd province yesterday was named Roghunshoh in honor of the Roghun hydroelectric power plant (HPP), according to the Sughd administration press service.

 

The baby was born in the Bobokhonov family from the village of Gulkhona in Sughd’s Bobojonghafurov district.

 

“At the suggestion of his granddad, the boy was named Roghunshoh,” said the source, “His granddad, Abdullo Bobokhonov, bought two certificates of shares with the face value of 500 somoni each for Roghunshoh.”  

 

 

 

 

People’s Artist of Tajikistan Surayo Qosimova becomes shareholder in NBO Roghun

 

http://asiaplus.tj/en/news/322/61221.html


January 7, 2010, Turko Diakyev

 

Known Tajik singer, People’s Artist of Tajikistan Surayo Qosimova has become shareholder in open joint-stock company (OJSC) NBO Roghun.

 

“Making contribution to the construction of the Roghun hydroelectric power plant (HPP) is really the cause of nationwide significance, uniting all the people,” Ms. Qosimova said.

 

A number of local officials, entrepreneurs and public figures have also become large shareholders in NBO Roghun yesterday and today.  Among them are Nourali Hasanov, head of the Kulob firm Ghayrat, Mirzo Ismoilov, head of the Kulob electricity distributor, Sayfiddin Qadamov, head of the branch of Agroinvestbonk in Kulob, Mullo Haydar (Sharipov, chairman of the Kulob Council of Ulamo, Sheraavgan Azimov, head of the Kulob finance directorate, etc.  

 

 

 

 

Employees of MFA and Tajik diplomatic missions buy shares in Roghun for 589,100 somoni

 

http://asiaplus.tj/en/news/322/61208.html


January 7, 2010, Rasoul Shodon

 

 

Employees of MFA and a number of Tajik diplomatic missions active abroad have bought shares in open joint-stock company (OJSC) NBO Roghun for 589,100 somoni (equivalent to 134,078 U.S. dollars), according to the MFA information department.

 

The source added that Tajik diplomats are continuing to acquire shares in Roghun.

 

Besides, they have donated totaling 110,000 somoni to support the construction of the Roghun hydroelectric power plant (HPP).

 

 

 

 

Majlisi Milli member from Kulob buys shares in Roghun for 50,000 somoni

 

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January 7, 2010, Turko Dikayev

 

 

Abdujabbor Zardiyev, head of the Hamadoni Farm in the Kulob districts also member of the Majlisi Milli (Tajikistan’s upper chamber of parliament), yesterday bought shares in open joint-stock company (OJSC) NBO Roghun for 50,000 somoni.

 

He told Asia-Plus that he will continue buying shares in the future as well.   According to him, the Hamadoni Farm also plans to buy shares in Roghun.

 

Head of Kulob-based company, Kulob Naftrason (Kulob oil product), Mamadsiddiq Odinayev also bought shares in Roghun for 50,000 somoni.

 

His brother, Mirali Odinayev, who bought the shares on behalf of Mamadsiddiq Odinayev said, “Mamadsiddiq is currently on business trip to Israel, however, his intention to buy shares in Roghun for 500,000 somoni holds true.”

 

 

 

 

Sughd customs officers buy shares in Roghun for 1.4 mln somoni

 

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January 7, 2010, Mavlouda Rafiyeva

 

 

Officers from the head office of the Sughd regional customs committee in Khujand yesterday bought shares in NBO Roghun for a total of 1.4 million somoni, according to the Sughd customs committee.

 

“However, it is not the final sum, because officers from the district customs committees have also acquired shares in Roghun,” the source said.

 

In the meantime, industrial enterprises and organizations based in the northern city of Qairoqqum yesterday bought shares in Roghun for 1.3 million somoni.

 

 

 

 

Kulob electricity distributor head sells his car to buy shares in Roghun for 5,000 somoni

 

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Director of the Shabakahoi Mintaqai Kulob (Kulob regional electricity distributor), Mirzo Ismoilov intends to buy shares in the Roghun hydroelectricity power plant (HPP) for 5,000 somoni.


“I do not have such funds, however, I will sell my car in order to buy the shares,” Ismoilov told Asia-Plus today, adding that all employees of the Kulob electricity distributor have decided to buy shares in Roghun.


According to him, the Kulob electricity distributor employees have already given up their one-day’s wages, totaling 10,464 somoni, to help Roghun’s construction.


761 people now work with the Shabakahoi Mintaqai Kulob that operates electric network in Khatlon’s Kulob zone, except the city of
Kulob and the Danghara district.