The aviation sector in Kenya is experiencing an interesting adjustment after a bill was tabled in parliament to guide the sale of Kenya Airways and to delist it from the Nairobi Securities Exchange. MPs will now start debate on The National Aviation Management Bill 2020 as the National Assembly seeks to have the government take back full control of the national carrier by October. Economic Analyst, Reginald Kadzutu joins CNBC Africa for more.
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