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Interview: Poor work ethic, corruption headache for Kenyan SMEs: Financial Advisor

NAIROBI, Kenya, May 24 –  Lack of capital and markets are considered the main hindrance to entrepreneurship growth, but apart from all these can you imagine millennials are giving entrepreneurs a headache?

Financial Intelligence Trainer and Investment Advisor Samuel Wainaina has also singled out corruption at the top of the factors hindering the growth of Small and Medium Enterprises in Kenya.

Speaking to CapitalFM, Wainaina urges President Uhuru Kenyatta to deal with the corruption menace that he cites is leaving entrepreneurs frustrated.

This comes even as a new scandal unveiled at the National Youth Service with about Sh9 billion unaccounted for.

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