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1.1 million people in hospitality sector lost jobs last year

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The Tourism industry, however, rebounded in 2021, registering a 302,617 increase in the number of visits into the country, compared to 2020.

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By Winfrey Owino | 7 days ago

Toys, drones: Kenyans clog JKIA customs

Toys, drones: Kenyans clog JKIA customs

The Jomo Kenyatta International Airport’s storage at Customs is running out because Kenyans have been depositing imports that are prohibited...

Peter Kimani | 4 months ago

Cancellation of JKIA terminal contract haunts State 5 years on

Greenfield terminal was expected to increase handling capacity by 18.5 million passengers every year.

Macharia Kamau | 5 months ago

Kenya to receive 880,000 Moderna vaccine doses tomorrow

The consignment is scheduled to arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

Jael Mboga | 5 months ago

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