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Invest in the Tourism industry, Kibaki urges investors

 Date Published: 10 Jan 2013)


PRESIDENT Mwai Kibaki has called on more investors to consider investing in the tourism and hospitality industry . The president says establishing more tourist hotels in the country will enablePRESIDENT Mwai Kibaki has called on more investors to consider investing in the tourism and hospitality industry . The president says establishing more tourist hotels in the country will enable the tourism industry meet the high demands of hotels by both local and international tourists.
Speaking during the official opening of the luxurious Boma Hotel – a project of the Kenya Red Cross in Nairobi, the president noted that tourism contributes greatly to the country’s growth adding that no investor should be discouraged from investing in the sector as there exists a lot of ptential.
“Opening of the Boma Hotel will not only supplement the income for humanitarian projects in the country, but also boost the country’s tourism sector” said president Kibaki
Noting that the new tourism act was instrumental in the regulation of the tourism sector, the president also called on stakeholders and leaders to preach peace ahead of the coming polls.
During this function, the president was accompanied by Tourism Minister Hon. Dan Mwazo and Permanent Secretary Ambassador Ruth Solitei.
On his part, Tourism Minister Hon. Dan Mwazo commended the Kenya Red cross for establishing the facility saying those were the kind of facilities that the country needed. Hon Mwazo challenged the management to consider spreading the facilities all over the country.

The minister noted that competition in the tourism sector and particularly the hotel industry was healthy and welcomed all investors willing to invest in the industry. The Minister’s remarks came after a section of members of parliament questioned Red Cross’s involvement and interest in the hotel industry and the source of funding for the hotels. Hon. Mwazo also noted that due to the high demand of jobs in the industry, new ventures will help create jobs adding that already, the industry provides thousands of jobs both directly and indirectly to people.
The Minister noted that his ministry was aggressively marketing the country’s products, to ensure increased numbers this year. He also called on county governments to embrace tourism as one of the greatest contributors to economic growth for the counties.
The newly opened Boma Hotel is located in Nairobi’s South C estate . It has 148 luxury deluxe rooms that come with complimentary internet access, multimedia plug and play ports, LED televisiuons, direct dial up telephones and executive workspace to cater for the business traveler. The tourism industry meet the high demands of hotels by both local and international tourists.
Speaking during the official opening of the luxurious Boma Hotel – a project of the Kenya Red Cross in Nairobi, the president noted that tourism contributes greatly to the country’s growth adding that no investor should be discouraged from investing in the sector as there exists a lot of ptential.
“Opening of the Boma Hotel will not only supplement the income for humanitarian projects in the country, but also boost the country’s tourism sector” said president Kibaki Noting that the new tourism act was instrumental in the regulation of the tourism sector, the president also called on stakeholders and leaders to preach peace ahead of the coming polls.

During this function, the president was accompanied by Tourism Minister Hon. Dan Mwazo and Permanent Secretary Ambassador Ruth Solitei.
On his part, Tourism Minister Hon. Dan Mwazo commended the Kenya Red cross for establishing the facility saying those were the kind of facilities that the country needed. Hon Mwazo challenged the management to consider spreading the facilities all over the country.The minister noted that competition in the tourism sector and particularly the hotel industry was healthy and welcomed all investors willing to invest in the industry. The Minister’s remarks came after a section of members of parliament questioned Red Cross’s involvement and interest in the hotel industry and the source of funding for the hotels. Hon. Mwazo also noted that due to the high demand of jobs in the industry, new ventures will help create jobs adding that already, the industry provides thousands of jobs both directly and indirectly to people.
The Minister noted that his ministry was aggressively marketing the country’s products, to ensure increased numbers this year. He also called on county governments to embrace tourism as one of the greatest contributors to economic growth for the counties.The newly opened Boma Hotel is located in Nairobi’s South C estate . It has 148 luxury deluxe rooms that come with complimentary internet access, multimedia plug and play ports, LED televisiuons, direct dial up telephones and executive workspace to cater for the business traveler.

Courtesy Ministry of Tourism - Kenya

 

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