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Caroline Wanjiru Njoroge aka Mum Leads the Way in Personalised Tourism Services in Kenya

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Caroline Wanjiru Njoroge aka Mum Leads the Way in Personalised Tourism Services in Kenya

The East African nation of Kenya, one of the world’s leading safari destinations is beginning to embrace “personalised tourism.”

The name Caroline Wanjiru Njoroge came up at a recent Aviation Conference in Mombasa, as delegates discussed the personalised service(s) offered by Kenyans to visitors who are desirous of discovering the best of Kenya as seen through the eyes of a Kenyan tourism professional.

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Caroline Wanjiru Njoroge or simply Mum – as she is often referred to – was the name on everyone’s lips at the Mombasa conference, as delegates recommended her to one another.

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One Seychelles Enjoins Island to Stand Together; Congratulates Amesbury on Election

President of the One Seychelles political party, Alain St.Ange has urged people of Seychelles to stand together as one for what they believe in. “We must stand up for what we believe in, even if it means standing alone” declared Alain St. Ange, a former Minister of Tourism and the presidential candidate of One Seychelles in the coming elections, at …

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Africa World Airline from Ghana Operated 1832 flights out of 15474 international flights into Nigeria while Air Peace did over 24000 flights out of the Total 80875 flights in 2019

Ghana’s leading carrier, Africa World Airline (AWA), operated the highest number of international flights out of Nigeria’s aviation industry. Statistics released by Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), the regulatory agency of the industry revealed that the airline operated a total of 1,832 among the …

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And the Sweet Chariot Swung Swift and Low for Ladysmith Black Mambazo’s Shabalala (1941-2020)

“When I was a young boy I dreamt of becoming an educated person; maybe a teacher, doctor or something like that.” – Joseph Shabalala. The death has been announced of Joseph Shabalala, one of South Africa’s musical legends and founder of Grammy award-winning acapella group, Ladysmith Black Mambazo. The 78-year old Shabalala, died in a hospital, according to the band’s …

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From Africa to Asia, Europe to America in Search of Saint Valentine

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Ethiopian Airlines’ network soars to 129 destinations in 75 countries

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Dubai Tourism set to kick off West Africa multi-city road show Lagos, Nigeria, 12th February 2020

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Locust invasion of East Africa may lead to food scarcity

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Why Passion 4 has won Carnival Calabar 10 times in 15 years-Chris Agibe

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