Corona virus pandemic has disrupted the normal activities of Kenyans from every sector with those from low income areas feeling the brunt of this pandemic.
Its disruption on the farm to fork food supply chain, especially on small sca ...
Lilian Akoth -38
Selling greens is one of the businesses that was affected immediately they announced coronavirus, people are fearful and our products coming from upcountry was interrupted immediately.
Getting the goods from upcountry ...
Rosemary Awour- 41
Business is not that bad to be honest, my products are very useful to people living in the slums.
I sell maize and beans, this is a good meal and cheap for families now that you have children at hom ...
Rita Ambuso- 45
The silver lining here is that my competitors who selling Chinese fish are out of business, they all closed down.
People are worried that all our fish comes from China so my job now is to convince custom ...
Elizabeth Wateri- 37
On a normal working day, we service 10 to 15 customers in a day transacting substantial amounts, mostly business people in the market.
At the moment, we have reduced to 7 so I too have had to sc ...
Anthony Kinuthia- 45
If people are struggling to buy food can you imagine anyone buying clothes?
As you can see the general trend in the market is that people are reducing spending or they don’t have money to buy things. So, ...
Josephat Mongela – 45
Posho Mill attendant
Customers don’t spend as much as they used to if I were to compare it to during holidays where children will be at home.
We are used to doing two bags of maize flour in a day the whole of ...