The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Hospitality Industry Players Attend Luncheon

Players in the tourism and hospitality circles had a chance to meet at a luncheon at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nairobi's Upper Hill area on Wednesday evening. They were there as part of the premier hospitality and travel industry players lobby Skal that hosts regular events.

This month's event was sponsored by car firm DT Dobie. The company's deputy managing director Erwan Conan paid tribute to the management and organisers of the Skal and looked forward to a better fruitful cooperation even after the March 4 polls.

"Kenya is more important than anyone of us all. Let's preach peace everywhere so that our industry can prosper."

The Skal AGM is scheduled for March 20 and members will have a chance to discuss and interrogate the industry issues and challenges as they look forward to expanding the luncheons to other regions.

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