How Kenya polls could slow cargo, trade flows

Deputy President William Ruto addressing residents of Chavakali in Vihiga county on 6th January 2022. PHOTO | ISAAC WALE | NMG

In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent geographical lockdowns significantly slowed logistics activities. Investments in international trade dropped substantially. Barely two years later, Kenya’s logistics industry is again on the brink of negative fallout from the upcoming General Election.

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