Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) is often busy during morning and evening hours when commercial activities thrive. It is at this time when most people are heading to the various work places.
Today, Kenyans reacted to what Nairobi city county officials were spotted doing in the CBD at around 7:50 am. According to a video shared by Ma3Route channel on twitter, they were spotted arresting a small scale business holder selling bananas. Several people have been complaining about the ambush and harassment of these officials famously known as "Kanjos".
Among the promises that Nairobi county governor Johnson Sakaja made during his campaign season was uplifting small scale business owners including Mama Mboga and hawkers. Thus a sector employing over 1 million people in various towns.
Many Netizens proposed that better and friendly mechanism of collecting tax should be implemented to avoid such harassment.
Here is the link to watch the video. https://twitter.com/Ma3Route/status/1580060779591520256?t=P8HQU4-eADvqxYUwc3TeNg&s=19
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