Hon. Sakaja stated this after a visit to the Market which His Excellence President Dr. William Samoei Ruto is expected to officially open. The market which cost the County government of Nairobi total of Ksh.800 million is expected to accommodate atleast 7000 traders.
Sakaja further explained that all disputes on allocation of stalls are part of agenda and they are subject to resolve immediately. He further added that his government will be working on utilizing market spaces to increase opportunity for small traders.
"The few disputes on allocation of stalls will be resolved promptly, we will also accommodate the traders operating at the parking lot outside the market within the building. This is in line with our agenda to increase dignified market spaces for our traders in the city." declared Governor Sakaja.
He added that upon opening of the market, stall owners will elect their officials to be responsible for management of the market including running of market toilets and parking.
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