Photo courtesy:Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has indicated that Kenyans are tired of politics. He added that the city is open for traders from all over the country.
The Governor has said that he won't allow businesses and lives of Nairobi residents to be interrupted by political protests.
He has urged the business owners to continue with their businesses as usual as his government prepares 29 backstreets. The backstreets will have marks and installed lights for traders.
The Governor has said that the government is working together with the city council and are being trained in customer service and human resource to handle the traders appropriately.
He has also said that they are on good terms with DP Rigathi and always communicate with him as he is his mentor. He has said that the rumours are false of them having a conflict.
"Kuwa DP of the Republic of Kenya sio mchezo na pia kuwa governor wa Nairobi ni Mungu ameniweka."He said.
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