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Kikwete:Tourism is very essential for EA economy

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    President Kikwete: Tourism is
    very essential for EAC economy
    development By Teonas Aswile Tanzania’s President, Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete has said East African Community has great opportunity of developing Tourism sector if the present challenges are resolved. Kenya’s President Mwai Kibaki welcomes Tanzania’s President Kikwete at the Kenyan State House, as pictured yesterday. President Kikwete is in Kenya for three days official visit. President Kikwete who is in Kenya for three days visit said that when he was opening the School of Hospitality and Tourism Centre at Kenyatta University, one of Kenyan efforts in improving Tourism sector. “We have many challenges in Tourism sector such as poor infrastructures…our roads are still not in good quality hence we have to work hard in order to promote our tourism attractions worldwide. Good infrastructure will welcome more tourists.” Before his visit to Kenyatta University, President Kikwete had the official talk with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki at State House in which the two presidents agreed to continue cooperating in different sectors for the two sides benefits. The Tanzanian President, Dr Jakaya Kikwete and the first lady, Mama Salma
    Kikwete, according to the visit timetable, today were scheduled to lay wreaths at the grave of founding father of Kenyan nation,
    Late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. President Kikwete continues with his visit in Kenya as East African countries have been in great efforts to ensure they improve cooperation for the betterment of the lives of the EAC Regional citizens.