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Scrap Metal Dealers Cry Foul After Uhuru Banned Their Hustle, See How They Have Responded To Him

Scrap metal dealers have been going through a moment of total confusion since president Uhuru Kenyatta banned their hustle. This is something that forced them to find a way of convincing Uhuru to allow them run the business but avoid some valuable stolen items. Kenya Iron And Scrap Meta Metal Association said they are ready to work with the government.

They demanded permission to run the business on conditions saying this;

"If we find any thieves in the supply chain, we will take them to police ourselves and put our member on notice not buy stolen materials. We are sorry that our sector has been mentioned in the vandalism and we are ready to stop the menace" said the association's Secretary General Irshad Sumra.

They vowed to support the government in tracing those who engage in illegal sale of metals like; metals stolen from SGR railway. Uhuru released his anger on Kenyans as a punishment for what they did to SGR railway.

"We are supporting the president's directive on regulation of the trade and we will profile our members to weed out dealers selling stolen materials. We have heard the president andwe will put our house in order," said Sumra.

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