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Transport system, improving business environment priority in Nairobi – Sakaja

Johnson Sakaja is vying for a Senatorial position in Nairobi. He says the business community is struggling under the numerous regulations and license requirements.

NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 3 – Nominated MP Johnson Sakaja says he will ease traffic in Nairobi and improve the city’s ease of doing business to attract more investors if elected Senator in the upcoming general elections.

He says that he is also keen on working with small businesses including hawkers who have for so long been disregarded.

In a one on one interview with Capital Business, the Senatorial hopeful explains his plan for Nairobi and his reasons for vying:

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