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In the move to deepen trade and tourism relations between Kenya and Tanzania, Kenya will no longer demand visa and work permit requirements for Tanzanian nationals. This was announced by Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday, 5th of May during a joint session of the Kenyan and Tanzanian business community in Nairobi, which was attended by the visiting Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu.

This effort is aimed at fast-tracking the implementation of the East African Common Market Protocol allowing workers to move freely in the region, attracting foreign investment, and boosting tourism without compromising national security.

“The objective is to strengthen our two economies by promoting the easy movement of goods and people. We would like to see many investors from Tanzania coming to do business in Kenya. And I want to say this, Tanzanian investors are free to come and do business in Kenya. The only thing you will be required to do is to follow the laid down regulations and the laws that are in place,” said President Kenyatta.

President Suluhu also welcomed Kenyan traders to invest in Tanzania saying the neighbouring country is ready and open for business.

In the move to deepen trade and tourism relations between Kenya and Tanzania, Kenya will no longer demand visa and work permit requirements for Tanzanian nationals. This was announced by Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday, 5th of May during a joint session of the Kenyan and Tanzanian business community in Nairobi, which was attended by the visiting Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu. This effort is aimed at fast-tracking the implementation of the East African Common Market Protocol allowing workers to move freely in the region, attracting foreign investment, and boosting tourism without compromising national security. “The objective is to

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday lifted the COVID-19 lockdown he imposed last month, allowing for a reopening of bars and restaurants, religious services, and schools as the rate of infections eases. The President had on March 26 announced that there was a cessation of movement into and out of the counties of Nairobi, Kiambu, Kajiado, Machakos, and Nakuru as a block. Speaking on Saturday during the Labour Day celebrations at State House, President Kenyatta stated that Kenyans are now free to visit any part of the country. The Head of State further revised the curfew hours in the zoned

President Uhuru Kenyatta said that Kenya will keep pursuing its free trade deal with the United States during Joe Biden’s era. He emphasized that Kenya-US Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will build on the successes achieved under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) by ushering in better and bigger trade opportunities and prospects for Kenya. President Uhuru Kenyatta and former President Donald Trump had announced the intent for Kenya and the US to negotiate and conclude a Free Trade Area Agreement (FTA) on February 6, 2020, in Washington DC. However, with President Joe Biden’s inauguration in motion, we are yet to see

New Release: The African Economic Congress 2020 Report.