This evening, UK High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey has been hosting a discussion between representatives from China, Kenya and Britain around the global partnership between the three countries.
During the talks, National Assembly Defence Committee Chairman and Tetu MP, Ndung’u Gethenji, said that there was no bigger contributor to peace than development while Mr Hailey shared his belief that increasing investment and co-operation was a benefit to all.
Also represented at the talks were KEPSA (Kenya Private Sector Alliance), the private sector apex and umbrella body set up in 2003, to bring together business community to engage and influence public policy to make the business environment more accessible.
KEPSA have a current membership of over 100,000 direct and indirect members organised through Business Membership Organizations and Corporate members, and are a key player in championing the interests of the Kenyan business community in trade, investment and industrial relations.
Their primary aim is to ensure year-on-year improvement in the overall business environment for Kenya by working together with the Government and other stakeholders.