Abuja - Visiting Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta, said Kenya Airways’ commencement of flights to Nigeria would boost trade between the two countries as well as enhance the tourism sector.
Kenyatta said his country’s national airliner would soon resume flights to Abuja following recent review of Bilateral Air Services Agreement between Kenya and Nigeria, the biggest economies in their respective sub-regions.
“Nigeria has a large middle class population, which would enjoy the numerous tourist attractions in Kenya. We want to see Nigerians stopping in Kenya for business and tourism not just transiting through Nairobi,” the Kenyan head of state said following a meeting with his Nigerian counterpart, Goodluck Jonathan, at the State House in Abuja.
He encouraged Nigerian entrepreneurs to make the most of the attractive investment opportunities available in Kenya.
– CAJ News