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Najib Balala

@Min_TourismKE’s CS Hon. Najib Balala @tunajibu, with the High Commissioner of Kenya to the United Kingdom, H. E. Manoah Esipisu @MEsipisu, in London today.
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President Uhuru Kenyatta earlier today, rang the bell to kick off the trading of Kenya’s first green bond at the London Stock Exchange (LSE). @AlokSharma_RDG @LSEplc #InvestInAfrica
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#DidYouKnow: 63.15% of arrivals in 2019 were for holidays, 13.5% were for business, 12.75% were for "other" reasons, and 10.6% were for visiting family and friends. #Kenya #MagicalKenya #TravelTrends #Travel
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@Min_TourismKE would like to wish Malkia Strikers all the best as they prepare for the Tokyo Olympic games.
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CS @tunajibu today accompanied H.E the president at the Mama Ngina Waterfront, Mombasa, who was meeting the Kenya national women volleyball team, Malkia Strikers, that bagged the volleyball Africa champions. CS @AMB_A_Mohammed of @moscakenya was also present.
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@tunajibu said the project has been able to successfully produce three pure northern white rhino embryos ready for implantation into southern white rhino as surrogate mothers in coming months. #northernwhiterhino
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As directed by President Uhuru Kenyatta I met with Sultan of #Oman His Majesty Haitham Bin Tariq to convey a message of condolences on behalf of President Kenyatta and the people of #Kenya on the demise of the Late Sultan Qaboos. | @StateHouseKenya @SheikhDor
I offer my deepest condolences on the passing of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said Al Said of #Oman. We honor his legacy, mourn his loss alongside his family and the people of Oman. Inna lillahi wa ina ileyhi rajioon #Qaboos
TrendsOf2020; Tour packages that are inclusive of the elderly, babies and people with physical and intellectual disabilities. #TourismStatusKE
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TrendsOf2020; there's an increased need for genuine, authentic tourism experiences. Tourists want to engage with, and participate in the local culture within the destination. #TourismStatusKE
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The number of visitors from the Americas increased by 23.501% from 247,530 in 2018 to 305,701 in 2019. #TourismStatusKE
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Growth in the tourism sector was affected by the DusitD2 attack, lower budget allocation, and the overall global decline on tourism observed world over. #TourismStatusKE
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Trendsof2020: Convenience of booking through technology, artificial intelligence and automation will be a key mover of tourism as more people look for easier and faster ways to book their travels. #TourismStatusKE
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The purposes of visit to Kenya include holidaying - 63.15%, business - 13.5%, visiting family and friends - 10.6%. Other purposes include seeking for medical solutions, education, and shopping. #TourismStatusKE
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TrendsOf2020; more people want to experience new culture as opposed to risky adrenaline activities. #TourismStatusKE
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TrendsOf2020; Solo travel, which currently accounts for 36.1% of international visitors to Kenya is expected to grow further in 2020. #TourismStatusKE
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There's an increased need for genuine, authentic tourism experiences. Tourists want to engage with, and participate in the local culture within the destination. #TourismStatusKE
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Search for novel, unusual food experience s is becoming a central part of the tourists' experiences with many preferring healthier food options. #TourismStatusKE
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Air connectivity remains and will continue to be a major driver for growth of international arrivals, evident through the noted increase in arrivals through @jkia and @MiA by 6.07% and 8.56% respectively. #TourismStatusKE
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Majority of the visitors coming to Kenya are aged between 25 and 44. #TourismStatusKE
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Key drivers in the tourism growth in 2019 include; growth in the aviation sector, political stability, stable security, ease of doing business, and investor confidence. #TourismStatusKE
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Local tourism activities amounted to 4.9M bednights, a 10.4% growth from 4.48M bednights in 2018. #TourismStatusKE
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Revenue earned from international tourism in 2019 was 163.5B a 3.9% an increase from 157.3B in 2018. #TourismStatusKE
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Africa and the Indian Ocean hold the largest sources of tourists visiting Kenya for the second year, although a decline was observed. #TourismStatusKE
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There was an increase by 24.634%, 20.914% and 14.090% in the number of visitors arriving from Rwanda, S. Sudan and France respectively compared to 2018. #TourismStatusKE
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The total number of international visitors through all points of entry in 2019 was 2,048,834, a 1.167% increase from 2,025,206 in 2018. #TourismStatusKE
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HAPPENING NOW: The release of the Tourism Sector Performance Report 2019 @serenahotels #TourismStatusKE
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Squirrels are impressive contributors to our forests; by burying nuts & seeds, they have planted countless of trees! Fun fact? Squirrels have been blamed for power outages in diff parts of the world owing to their strong incisor teeth that are capable of gnawing on cable lines!
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Met with the technical team from the World Rally Championship @OfficialWRC together with @kwskenya & @motorsportkenya in Naivasha to make sure the government facilitates the sucess of this Championship from the 16-19 july 2020
Press statement: Lamu civilian airstrip now open
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Cabinet Secretary for Tourism & Wildlife @tunajibu is upbeat tourism will make a strong come back this year, coming from a challenging 2019 which recorded mixed performances. #TembeaKenya #MagicalKenya the-star.co.ke/business/kenya…
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Happy New Year! We live in a magical country #Kenya which we share with each other and with everyone who visits our country. Let this magic be your inspiration and the promise for the transformation that you desire in #2020NewYear
Ushering the New Year in style at the Mama Ngina Waterfront in Mombasa. May this year be all that you desire for.
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Mama Ngina Waterfront New Year celebrations fireworks. #NewYearsEveEve #2020 #Mombasa
The Mama Ngina Waterfront is now open! Visit the recreational facility free of charge even with parking! It’s 💯% safe and secure with ample sitting space, as you get the breathtaking view of the ocean. Once in a while, you’ll get to see ships cruising by 😊 Fika Ujioneep1
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#WhyILoveKenya Mama Ngina Waterfront drive during the day. It is now open and set . Thank you Hon @tunajibu @HassanAliJoho @StateHouseKenya @RashidFawz @governorkingi to PS @OkudoStephen1 for working round the clock to deliver the project . Let Kenyans enjoy . Happy Holidays
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After a lot of rain yesterday evening, we were quite worried what we would see today in the National Park in Nairobi and the state of the roads. Turned out to be a fantastic morning for our guests! @FoNNaPKenya
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Check out the top shots from @KenyaLadiesOpen ⬇️ @sannanuutinen 👏�@aditigolflf 🕳️↩️ Esther Henseleit@Cheyenne_Woodsoods 💥 Julia Engstr6nKhj4
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!During the Luncheon to celebrate my graduation ceremony at Upper Hill, Nairobi. It was amazing experience to have all my lovely friends, Colleagues and family members during this very important day. @tunajibu|
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This group of Nairobi DJs have been working on a project to sample the sounds and songs from remote, traditional Kenyan communities. Turn your sound up to hear some beautiful voices 🔈�bt
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The CS ended the function by fundraising for the Horn of Africa Elephant Walk. #IvoryBelongsToElephants.
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The government through @Min_TourismKE will continue to compensate those affected. This financial year, almost Kshs 600 million has been set aside for compensation and since 2014, Kshs 1.8 billion has been spent for compensation.
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The CS called on Southern Africa and SADC countries to show a united front in the next #CITES meeting as far as our wildlife are concerned. CS @tunajibu also stated that we need to be sensitive to humans in order to mitigate the human-wildlife conflicts.
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and enhance the government efforts in wildlife conservation across the region. CS @tunajibu stated that as a country, we say no to both poaching & marketing of ivory products. And the same was strongly advocated by Kenya during #CITESCoP18 in Geneva, Switzerland, this year.
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CS Hon. Balala @tunajibu has this evening launched the Horn of Africa Elephant Walk campaign that is championed by the Executive Director of @elephantNcenter, Mr. Jim Nyamu @NyamuJim. The campaign aims at profiling elephant conservation in Kenya, Ethiopia and Eritrea...cont’d
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