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Wycliffe Waweru is Making it Big by Selling Second-hand Bicycles

Wycliffe is currently working on opening an assembly plant either late this year of early 2017 in Nairobi. The Play Guru plant expects to produce 10,000 units in month.

Wycliffe Waweru is Making it Big by Selling Second-hand Bicycles
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