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Nairobi international show is back after a two-year suspension due to Covid-19

The Nairobi International Trade Fair (Nairobi show) resumed on Monday September 26th after a two-year break owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The seven-day exhibition is a convergence point for trade, commerce and knowledge sharing in both the agriculture and trade sectors.

Organisers asked members of the general public to visit the show saying it has so much to offer from all sectors.

Nairobi Governor H.E Johnson Sakaja and Deputy Governor H.E James Njoroge visit the Nairobi City County stand at the Nairobi International Trade Fair at Jamhuri Park Showgrounds.

He was joined by the Nairobi Metropolitan Services Director General Lieutenant General Mohamed Badi.

Sakaja asked City residents to visit the Nairobi City County stand to learn more on how the Nairobi County Government is championing innovation and technology in the areas of agriculture and trade.

The exhibition concludes on 2nd October 2022.

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