Riggy G atang'ara mpaka manage. Even though the hustler from Umoja, Nairobi, usually sells the shirt at KSh 1k, he had increased the price to KSh 5k due to a Fuliza debt. However, deputy president Rigathi Gachagua offered to buy the shirt at KSh at 50k. Small businesses will rise and Kenya's economy will grow.photo courtesy, image used for evidence and illustration purposes only.
This is good news to Kenya is and especially those who have started small businesses since they have hope of getting funds from the government. The government has promised to fully support small business traders until they realize their destiny. Those leaders who will be caught exploiting small traders will be jailed and be taken to court for 4 sentences.
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