The Ongoing Nairobi International Trade Fair

After a two year break caused by the COVID 19 Pandemic the Nairobi International Trade Fair has finally open its gates to the public. The Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK), resumed the physical exhibitions in Nairobi this past Monday the 26th of September and it will present the final expo this coming Sunday, the 2nd of October. The theme for this year’s showcase is “Promoting Innovation and Technology in Agriculture and Trade.”

Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja stated that, “The Nairobi Show is an indelible part of our city’s culture and we must thus innovate (it) for relevance.” The governor went on to state that trade and agriculture play a critical role in Kenya’s economic blueprint. Especially Nairobi as it is the centre of connecting and promoting a two-way trade between Kenyans and international trading partners.

“It is about time that Nairobi reclaimed its position in the region as the preferred destination for our international trading partners,” the Governor Stated.

The one-week trade fair was officially opened by the Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua on the 28th of September; “Increasing agricultural activities and enhanced trade is our strategy to turn around the economy and improve our people’s quality of life and dignity.”

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn and have fun at the Fair. You only have two more days to go, make your way to the Jamhuri show grounds and have a memorable experience that was denied to you in 2020 and 2021.


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