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CEO optimistic on better sales, economic growth in 2018.

BURN CEO Peter Scott demonstrates how one of their products, Jikokoa works at their Ruiru factory.
CEO BURN Company Peter Scott has expressed optimism is in a better economy year in 2018 after an end in a year-long campaign period.

Speaking at the company’s premises in Ruiru Scott reckoned the 2017 was a very difficult year for many business investments in the country and hoped that this year will see Kenyans experience less politics in order for the country pick up from the lost pieces.  

BURN, who are the manufacturers of the Jikokoa and Kuniokoa stoves hope this year they will manage more sales both in Kenya and the rest of the East African countries.

“We hope the economy stabilises in 2018 and give us more opportunities to invest and improve our sales. Kenyans should not let politics creep in this year as this will jeopardise our economy further,” he said.

BURN hopes to partner with the government in a campaign to encourage more Kenyans to buy locally made products like the Jikokoa and Kuniokoa stoves adding that they have served over 1.4 million Kenyans with jikos in the last three years. 

“Since inception, we have sold 350, 000 Jikokoa stoves and we are looking forward to selling 200,000 pieces this year. But we are appealing to the government to set encourage local investment by giving support to homegrown investors,” he said. 

He acknowledged the importance of the “Buy Kenya Build Kenya” campaign and hoped that the government came up with similar initiatives to ensure that the locally manufactured goods got prioritized.

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