Kenya: President With China Road and Bridge Corporation Leaders

Nairobi (HAN) August 26, 2014 – Regional safety and Infrastructure news. Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, With officials of China Road and Bridge Corporation led by their Chairman Mr. Wen Gang when they called on at State House, Nairobi. President Uhuru Kenyatta welcomed their pledge to partner with local companies to boost the steel manufacturing industry in the country.

Kenyan President said, We will always welcome projects that accelerate economic growth to create jobs for young Kenyans. At its peak, over 30,000 Kenyans will have been employed directly while 40 % of the work will be sub-contracted to local companies.

The view of Kenyans: Murithi Magiri: facebookpage– Ezrah Mokobi, You have written too much to say very little. I took my time to read your article after seeing the title and the ‘likes’. Let me enlighten you my brother. Uhuru Kenyatta and William Samoei Ruto are politicians just like Raila, Kalonzo and others. When you seek a political seat you certainly have kingpins that propel you to that seat. Its only natural therefore that you reward them for their loyalty and support. And to help you look at things differently even if it was a different regime in power they would have done the same. That’s the bitter truth, that’s the reality of politics, especially in our country where its cu-throat competition. So please while you try to critic and throw mud do that while being level headed. Barikiwa!

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