Governor Anyang Nyong'o Bans Hawking In Kisumu Street's.
The Kisumu county Governer Honourable Anyang Nyong'o has banned hawking in Kisumu.
This was information he passed on Monday and argued that hawking on streets was not healthy and that it exposes the traders to various hazards .
He further directed all the hawkers and traders to be relocated to the 5,000 capacity Uhuru Business park which completed a year ago and it has remained unoccupied .
The Uhuru Business Park was a project by both the National and the Kisumu County Government and it's expected to boost trade in the county.
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