Some few minutes ago, reports emerged that demonstrates have been reported in various places in Central Business District, CBD within Nairobi county. This demonstrations are involving a group of traders from Nairobi who are protesting over the invasion by Chinese traders on Kenyan market.
According to these reports, these traders who are coming from Nyamakima and River road are protesting against the China square owner who have kicked them out of the market. According to these traders, China square are selling products at a very low price something that has made them to lose their jobs. They want the goverment to chase away the Chinese traders or introduce some laws that will favour everyone.
As we talk, the China square which is located along Thika road has been closed. It was closed on sunday after the minister of trade, hon Moses Kuria announced they will not allow foreigners to be traders and instead, they should come as manufacturers.
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