Raila Odinga, leader of the Azimio la Umoja Party, has held a high profile meeting with South African Minister of Tourism, Lindiwe Sisulu, Sunday afternoon, 15th January 2022, in Johannesburg.
The meeting was a consultative one and is believed to have been focused on tourism development in the region. Raila Odinga is said to have discussed the potential for investment opportunities in the tourism sector and sought further collaborations with the government of South Africa.
Speaking after the meeting, commended South Africa for its commitment to promoting tourism in the African continent. He said that his party was ready to work together with the South African government to ensure the development of sustainable tourism initiatives.
The meeting between the two leaders was seen as a sign of unity and cooperation between the two nations. It is expected that the two leaders will continue to consult on issues related to the development of tourism in the region.
"A consultative meeting with the South African Minister of Tourism, @LindiweSisuluSA, in the vibrant city of Johannesburg," Raila said.
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