Traders in Nyandarua County have lamented to the county government after most of their businesses were demolished last night.
Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration.
The traders woke up to the morning shock where their businesses were demolished in the middle of the night by the county as per the reports that we have with us.
According to the available reliable reports that we have with us from Nyandarua County, the traders have complained to the national government over the demolition of their places of work.
One of the residents has complained that they were the first people to line up to vote for the President William Ruto administration but now they are suffering.
He has said that they were promised that the government will be for the mama mboga and hustlers but it is turning out to be the opposite after the demolition of their places of work.
The kiosks are said to have been on the road which prompted the county government to demolish them as per the reports that we have with us.
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Picture courtesy. Residents who spoke to the media.
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