Nairobi – The tourism sector now wants speedy
investigations into Monday’s explosion at Assanands House on Moi Avenue
in Nairobi, to avoid speculation that may scare away tourists.
Kenya Tourist Board Managing director Muriithi Ndegwa says visitors
who are intending to visit the Kenya are simply anxious to know the
exact cause of the blast and the security situation in the country.
Speaking during a tourism stakeholder forum in Nairobi, Ndegwa
however believes that tourism may not necessarily be affected by the
attack if the situation is handled well, adding that the sector has
already gone through tougher situations in the past.
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