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By Portia Crowe NAIROBI (Reuters) – The Kenyan shilling strengthened for a second straight session on Thursday dollars flowed in from offshore investors. Stocks edged lower. The shilling closed at 88.90/89.00, stronger than Wednesday's 89.10/89.20. A surge of dollars, most likely from offshore investors seeking to buy government debt, supported the local currency, said Eric Gathecha, a trader at …

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