Murkomen Inspects JKIA Ahead of Africa Climate Summit in Nairobi

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Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen on Saturday morning inspected the ongoing renovations at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, a day before the start of the Africa Climate Summit scheduled to be held at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre from September 4th to 6th.

The summit will see the country host over 30,000 leaders and investors from Africa and beyond including over 25 heads of state and government.

Murkomen said the Transport Ministry will ensure seamless facilitation for delegates.

“This morning, I inspected the ongoing works at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in preparation for the upcoming Africa Climate Summit,” he said.

“I have instructed the management of Kenya Airports Authority led by the acting managing director and JKIA to ensure that there is seamless facilitation of our visitors to ensure that the Summit is a success.”

He said that after the summit, the ministry will embark on major reforms and rehabilitation programmes at JKIA and other airports and airstrips across the country.

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