Trader's from the Chaka Ultra Modern Business Centre in Nyeri are now said to be counting losses since no customer's are coming out for their goods on the top sections of the building where they have been stationed.
While led by Benjamin Kamau, the trader's Chairperson, they are now pointing out finger's at some government officials who laid down the market without their consultations for a proper planning and design of the market.
The business centre had cost a taxpayer billions of money before it was opened last month for business.
It is said that the trader's stationed on top corridors of the building have now turned into 'mutumba' selling business at the exit and entry sections of the business centre as customers avoid upstairs and prefer goods on the bottom sections. Also, they have even reduced prices for the products to avoid counting many losses resulting from lack of customer's.
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