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Moses Kuria Tough Message China Square Amid China Square Row

Trade Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria has broken his silence regarding the ongoing drama between him and China Square owner Lei Cheng. According to a post Moses Kuria has claimed that Kenyan hawkers can sell some of those items being sold by the Chinese mall on the streets.

According to Moses Kuria, there are no special skills needed to sell bras and boxers in the Street of Nairobi. The statements by Moses Kuria come amid backlash from Kenyans after ordering the closure of the China Square. Moses Kuria allegedly claimed that the presence of the mall in the country is a threat to local businesses. Last week, Moses Kuria threatened to buy the lease granted to the Chinese businessman.

However, the mall has been empty and came to life when the Chinese businessman came in. According to Lei Cheng, Kenyans have been manipulated for long by buying commodities above the normal prices. Some of the items being sold at the China Square are way cheaper than those being sold at Kamukunji and Nyamakima.

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