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Tanzanians Refer to Nairobi as Half London ” Tanzania President Reveals


Tanzanian President Hon. Samia Suluhu Hassan has wowed Kenyans following Her remarks about Nairobi City, while giving Her speech during the National address today besides Her Counterpart President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Speaking in Nairobi today, Hon Suluhu said that She is very glad to visit Nairobi and have a pleasure to be enjoy the environs that have always been referred as London by Tanzanians. She added that Nairobi has continued to improve and develop with speed and is now able to host international business investors who feel secure.

” I am very delighted to join you in this City of Nairobi, which has been referred as ‘half London’ by Tanzanians from 1980s. Today, I want to say workout any doubt that Nairobi has continued to flourish and be the destiny of many world business investments. ” She said.

While addressing matters of the bilateral relationships between the two nations, Samia says that Tanzania has many tourist attraction sites and other mineral resources. She also said that the East African community should lay down policies that will help to smitten and Create a meaningful partnership between the two countries in matters of bilateral trade.

“Tanzania has a very huge land, abundance resources and tourist attractions. I hope that this kind of forum will help the EAC to kick start meaningful partnerships with the Kenyan Companies in the areas of investment and trade opportunities.” Hon. Samia added.

The Tanzanian President was addressing matters of the current economic situation and the level of bilateral trade relationships that has fallen in the recent years, even as the two Nations have been finding ways to revive it.

President Samia arrived in the Country yesterday, and received by President Uhuru Kenyatta at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Please Click on the link below to watch the video and drop your comments on the same.

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