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First Kenya Week Begins With Tourism Seminar

The UAE’s first ‘Kenya Week’ will kick off on Tuesday with a trade, investment, and tourism seminar day at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.   Kenya’s ambassador to the UAE, Mohammed A. Gello, said the Kenyan government will host a “week-long schedule of activities to celebrate the finest that Kenya has to offer in terms of its trade, investment, and tourism opportunities here in the United Arab Emirates

The investment and tourism seminar on Tuesday will be followed by a week long series of special dinners and Kenyan cultural performances at the Le Meridian Hotel in Dubai.  Visitors will be able to sample game meat flown in especially for the occasion.    Chef Reuben Nzuvu of the renowned Utalii college will prepare impala, zebra, ostrich, springbrook, kudu, crockodile, and wildbeest game.   ‘Diaspora Day’, a large social gathering and celebration involving the Kenyan community in the UAE, will take place at the Emirates Training Center in Dubai on Friday.
 

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