Businesses in the country have been adversely affected by COVID-19 pandemic. Local businesses have closed up due to unfavorable economic environment in the country. Leaders across the country are keen on reviving the country's economy in order to rebuild collapsed businesses.
Today the former prime minister Raila Odinga hosted local business stakeholders and senior government officials in Nairobi. The leaders held consultative discussion about various issues affecting the local businesses in the country.
The stakeholders have been pushing for buy Kenya build Kenya initiative. This initiative aims at empowering local businesses and increasing their revenues. President Uhuru Kenyatta has also called for Kenyans to support this initiative especially at this time of COVID19 pandemic.
The ODM party leader addressed the local stakeholders during the consultative meeting. He was accompanied by several senior government officials and elected legislators from Nairobi county. The leaders includes gender and public service CAS Racheal Shebesh, traded and industrialization CAS David Osiany, Nairobi women representative Esther Passaris and Dagoretti South MP Simba Arati. Senior business officials were also present.
This information and photos was shared by ODM blogger Robert Alai on his official Facebook page.
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