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NAIROBI, May 15 (Reuters) - Co-operative Bank of Kenya increased its first-quarter pretax profit by 7 percent from a year earlier to 3.5 billion shillings ($40.07 million), it said on Thursday.
Net interest income rose to 4.8 billion shillings from 4.3 billion.
Co-op Kenya, which also has operations in neighbouring South Sudan, said its non-interest income also rose by more than 400 million shillings.
$1 = 87.3500 Kenyan Shillings Reporting by Duncan Miriri; editing by Jason Neely