Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has held a consultative meeting with small traders from Kamukunji, Nyamakima, River Road, Lintuli among other places following their early morning demonistrations.
According to the report, the traders held a peaceful demonstrations to the office of the second in command who demanded protection from china invasion. The traders blocked Harambee Avenue just infront of Dp Gachagua's office something that forced him to hold talks with them.
Gachagua told them that Ruto's government will respect businesses of small traders and promised never to entertain any aspect that will undermine the existing businesses.
"President William Ruto’s government will respect businesses and will never entertain any aspect that undermines existing businesses" the Deputy President indicated.
The traders were complaining of huge competition from Chinese Square which sells it's products to kenyans at a very cheaper price something that has been affecting their businesses.
The traders calmed down as they agreed to respect the call of DP Gachagua who claimed that Ruto was to provide a sustainable solution.
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