The Standard | by Peter Theuri
That 2020 drove the world crazy is an unfunny paradox, especially because car sales in the country tanked significantly in the year.
Kenya Motor Industry Association (KMI) data show that between February and August 2020, activity in the motor industry was well below par, compared to the previous two years.
For the whole year, the local motor dealers had 2,113 car units shaved off their sales compared to 2019, as only 11,086 cars left showrooms. In 2019, the dealers sold 13,199 units…