Kenya’s looming August 2022 general elections according various observers, is likely to have a minimal impact on business environment as early signs point to what would be a contained and controlled political campaigns, thanks to Covid-19 which means social distancing will be observed to help curb the virus’ spread.
It is hoped that the August 2021 elections will offer a mix bag of expectations, and we expect a similar trend to carry on from now to the end of elections. It is our hope that the process will be smooth sailing – the opposite could lead to investments apprehension.
Political tensions have had significant impact on economic growth within the region but the opposite has also been true as we saw in 2002 and 2013 where economy rebounded soon after elections.
It is our hope that this year all through to 2022 will work in our favor as well as the country’s general economy.
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