If your business is located in Kenya and you're concerned about potential damage during demonstrations, there are a few steps you can take to protect your business:
Secure Your Premises: Make sure that all entrances and windows are locked and secure. Consider installing metal shutters or grills to protect windows and doors.
Stay Informed: Keep up-to-date with news and information about demonstrations in your area. Follow social media and local news channels to stay informed of any planned protests.
Have A Plan: Develop a plan of action in case a demonstration occurs. Identify potential risks and hazards, and have a contingency plan in place to evacuate your staff and secure your property.
Stay Neutral: Avoid taking sides in political debates or making comments that could be seen as controversial. Remain neutral to reduce the likelihood of being targeted during a demonstration.
Maintain Good Relationships: Build relationships with your neighbors, local community leaders, and law enforcement agencies. They can provide you with valuable information and support during a crisis.
By following these steps, you can help protect your business and minimize the risk of damage during demonstrations in Kenya.
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