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Plans to privatise part of Kenya's busiest port: who will benefit?

By Joseph Jira

Mombasa port in Kenya is one of the largest cargo terminals in the world. But recently there has been a plan to privatize some of the container handling. This has sparked a division between government officials and coastal leaders.

Those against the proposals are worried about the economic impact and possible loss of job opportunities to locals.

Joseph Jira has this report from Mombasa.

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