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Kenya Association of Hotelkeepers ...
Kenya Association of Hotelkeepers and Caterers (KAHC) National Chairman, Ms Lucy Karume, said the visits would resuscitate the ailing tourism industry.
"The foreign journalists have seen for themselves the picture on the ground.We are sure that they will go back home with a positive picture of our country," she
"We thank the foreign media for partnering with us and look forward to better relations," she
The Kenya Association of ...
The Kenya Association of Hotelkeepers and Caterers (KAHC) national chairman, Ms Lucy Karume, said the Sh500 million allocated to KTB was not adequate ...
Organiser-in-Chief of the raffle was Lucy Karume, National Chairperson, Kenya Association of Hotelkeepers and Caterers and General Manager, Indian Ocean Beach Club.Lucy
team were enthusiastically applauded for their hard work in getting gifts to raffle from both members and suppliers.
In addition, many members, including some of Lucy's
staff, donated used sheets, towels, shirts, shoes, medical equipment etc. to the home which they placed in the Tamarind Pick-up outside as they arrived.
Everyone was delighted with the news that day that a 13.3 per cent growth rate in tourism had been reported for the year 2005/6.
by Lucy Karume
, Organiser-in- Chief of the raffle - all proceeds going to the Mji wa SalamaOld People's Home.Lucy
Companies should put a stop to this, and in this matter we are working closely with Councillor Kuldip Sondhi, with the National Chairman of KAHC
, Lucy Karume
, and other stakeholders.
"If the impasse continues, the sector ...
"If the impasse continues, the sector can as well say goodbye to the second half of 2008, our peak season," Kenya Association of Hotel Keepers and Caterers (KAHC) chairperson, Lucy Karume, said.
National Chairperson of the Kenya ...
National Chairperson of the Kenya Association of Hotel Keepers and Caterers, Lucy Karume said yesterday that South Coast hotels had low bed occupancy because Kenyans did not have confidence in the ferry.Ms Karume said the Minister for Tourism Najib Balala and the Prime Minister Raila Odinga were aware of the situation.
Some hotels in the South Coast have laid off up to 40 percent of their workers as a result.
said most of the hotels depend on local tourism during the April, August and December holidays.
"The recent ferry mishap has worsened the situation.Few Kenyans want to use them," said Karume
said improvement of the Ukunda airstrip could bring directly tourists from Nairobi.
"The long term solution is the Dongo Kundu by-pass which has been discussed for years," said Karume