In his speech Hon Dr Chris Wamalwa, CBS affirmed to set up modern market stalls for small traders in Kiminini market and also promote a conducive trading environment through improved sanitation, enhanced social order and create ample parking space.
He recognized that small traders are key to economic growth and his manifesto promises a suite of initiatives to address their concerns in relation to business rates and welfares.
The 2022 Transnzoia county gubernatorial top candidate is set to unite the people of Transnzoia in his bid to take over governor Patrick Khaemba by involving every stakeholder to contribute in his agenda of Transforming Transnzoia.
He also pledged to accommodate business community in his government because they play critical role of jobs creation, poverty alleviation and developing economies.
In order to boost their business, incoming Governor assured to partner with banking sector to provide loans and advocate for establishment of co-operative development fund to be accessed by various groups.
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