Brexit poses uncertainties to Kenyans trading in UK
If all had gone according to plan, Britain would have exited the European Union on the 29th of March and would now be charting its own path singlehandedly. But several factors have forced Prime Minister Theresa May to extend the exit date to the 31st of October 2019. For the estimated 160,000 Kenyans in the UK, they are Keenly monitoring the developments because it could affect their businesses and way of life when it happens. Waihiga Mwaura recently spoke to some of them in London and these were their Sentiments.
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