The Kenyan politics have been much tricky and alarming more so after the opposition team took a key role to oversight the government.Few days ago,the trade cabinet secretary Moses Kuria sparked more reactions on China Square business.Todau from the latest report,William Kabogo has said that the China Square should not and must not be closed.
He went ahead to say that the commodities that are being sold by China square are much cheaper as opposed to Gokomaba and other markets.It is now high time the current regime that is headed by William Ruto to give out more directions on the fate of China square.
Kenyan people are therefore urged to ensure that they maintain peace and unity throughout the country so as to avoid the incidences of violences that may arise in the country as tension heats up.Many Kenyans have really reacted to William Kabogo's remarks with many seriously supporting him while others are opposing him.
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