The easing of political tensions following the meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition leader Raila Odinga has been described as conducive to business.
Speaking to the Star, Malaysian High Commissioner Loh Tiong said: “Any investor who wants to invest in Kenya will first assess the political situation in the country. Only once there is political stability will investors be willing to put their money.”
As to how the Malaysian government will realign itself with President Uhuru’s Big Four agenda, Loh said: “Food security, affordable healthcare, housing and manufacturing are issues that are close to people’s hearts and can uplift their …read more
Source: The Star