Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja says the County is currently considering ways to partner with the Nairobi Securities Exchange to finance various infrastructure projects in the city.
Speaking during the launch of the enhanced Nairobi Securities Exchange Market Place on Tuesday, Sakaja said city utilities such as the Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company need to enter into public-private partnerships.
This he said is to allow it to implement its projects to expand water provision networks to meet city demands.
Additionally, the governor promised that his administration will ensure Nairobi is pro-business, with solutions to ease the cost of doing business.
Sakaja stressed that Nairobi needs to continue positioning itself as a business and financial hub in Africa in order to attract investors.
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