Traders working near the Old Town of Kendu Bay in the Karachuonyo Constituency, Homa Bay Province calculated the losses after the Kenya National Highways Authority (KENHA) demolished at least 300 kiosks to clear a road.
The stalls of more than 300 vendors were demolished on Monday evening by KENHA as traders were accused of entering a roadblock where they built their kitchens to do business.
Retailers have expressed concern that their business structures are being demolished without notice from management.
They want the Homa Bay regional government to intervene so that they can find another place where they can do their business after the demolition.
Mixed reactions have risen from social media concerning the demolition of the 300 kiosks .
Some react positively while some react negatively towards the action of KENHA saying that destroying houses, people businesses and properties was not a proper solution.
Some comment by backing the hard work of the infrastructure of roads that is supportive Raila Odinga.
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