If discussions between Cabinet Secretary of Roads and Transport Kipchumba Murkomen and Chinese top official would be of any indication, Kenya may soon obtain another loan from China to support the construction of airports.
The Cabinet Secretary also pointed on to the development of a practical model that would promote the dissemination of technology, expertise, and knowledge to Kenyan youth in order to increase their marketability on the international labor market.
China is one of Kenya's top lenders, helping to fund important infrastructure projects including the Nairobi Expressway and the Standard Gauge Railway in the government of former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Reaction of some Kenyans in facebook ,
Wanjirű L Kimemia, "The same Chinese he tried 'exposing' their Contract with the Government of Kenya."
Peter Ndolo, "use that money meant to expand JKIA, use it to buy planes.It is absurd that Kenya Airways does not own any plane, but it leases from Boeing. And that is how it makes loses every year."
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