The spoke person is the Azimio coalition Makau Mutua has given his take on matters revolving around the closure of China Square by CS Kuria. According to Mutua, the Cabinet Secretary is absolutely right because Kenya is not a banana republic where a foreigner can just come and start doing business without considering locals.
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According to Mutua, Kenya doesn't have Regulatory laws to deal with the latest developments. He is firm that local traders must be protected from foreign competition especially if a person opens a mall in another country.
There has been concerns from Gikomba traders that China Square Mall had ruined their businesses. It's clear that the issue of China Mall has raised more questions than answers.
The owner of China Square Mall has however closed his business to evaluate the viability of his business. The mall owner cited lack of proper systems at the mall as the major reason as to why he decided to close and not because of pressure from government.
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