Tourism Cabinet Secretary, Najib Balala has completed an excursion to the top of Mt Kenya. The CS took the initiative to promote the country’s tourism.
Special thanks to H.E @UKenyatta, My Cabinet collegues and all Kenyans of good will for their support in cheering me on.#LenanaPeak #MountKenya #7summitschallenge #7summitsafrica #MagicalKenya #TembeaKenya #Kenya pic.twitter.com/GVmqgN1UEY
— Najib Balala (@tunajibu) November 16, 2017
Balala hiked the mountain together with members of an adventurous group dubbed 7 summits Africa.
The CS says the political tension in the country continues to have an adverse effect on the sector.
The president H.E Uhuru Kenyatta together with other leaders lauded the action and urged him to go on.
Cheering CS @tunajibu as he continues his climb of Mt. Kenya to raise awareness of our country’s Adventure Tourism. On day three of his quest, he is currently at the 3,972metres/13,032ft mark #MagicalKenya #7summitschallenge pic.twitter.com/wInUQDluat
— Uhuru Kenyatta (@UKenyatta) November 15, 2017