Kenya courts Singapore for help on Lamu port
05 November 2012, 15:16
Nairobi - Kenya has turned to Singapore for support in construction and management of Lamu Port.
Speaking to the Daily Nation on the sidelines of a regional meeting between Asian and African countries that share the Indian Ocean, Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Ongeri revealed that Nairobi had opened talks with the South East Asian country, which could potentially lead to investments in the Lamu harbour.
Construction on the KES 1.4 trillion Vision 2030 project is expected to start in June next year with KES 25 billion raised through public-private partnerships.
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