Wednesday, June 23, 2021
The Government of Somaliland together with the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) has planned a Trade and Investment Conference in Nairobi to market Somaliland as an investment destination. Somaliland is exploiting regional and international trade deals in Kenya, as the...
NAIROBI – Somaliland government, through its Liaison office in Nairobi, will on Friday hold a major investment conference in the Kenyan capital to woo investors to the Horn of Africa nation. Somaliland is targeting top Kenyan and East African investors...
There are a number of explanations about the genesis of jihadi ideas in Kenya. One is that it could be linked to the emergence of the large and diverse Salafi community. The Salafi are also popularly known as the Wahhabi...
Kenya and Somaliland will work towards building strong trade and economic ties. The two nations hope to achieve this by encouraging cross border investments. At a meeting in Nairobi on Thursday, Trade and Industrialisation Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya and Somaliland envoy...
Kenya and Somaliland are exploring ways of working together in the education and agricultural sectors to grow their economies. The Horn of Africa nation is also keen to learn from Kenya’s democratic system of governance. Somaliland Foreign Affairs Minister Saad Shire...
Governor Hassan Joho and Somaliland’s envoy to Kenya Bashe Awil Omar, during a meeting, discussed harnessing the strengths of the two ports.   Plans are on course for the expansion of Berbera Port to provide an alternative shipping and trading hub...
Already there is a Somaliland liaison office in Nairobi but efforts are being made by the two countries to improve the ties for Kenya to recognize the sovereignty of Somaliland which broke away from Somalia over three decades ago.   Somaliland...
Nairobi, December 9, 2016--The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on Kenyan authorities to release Jerome Starkey, the Africa correspondent for The Times of London, who was detained shortly after arriving in Nairobi last night. Starkey, who has been based in Nairobi since...
By Paul Goldsmith And Abdi Umar Nairobi, Jun 30 2009 — Naturally, threats to bring down glassy skyscrapers and demands that Kenya withdraw security forces patrolling the border evoke public alarm. Sometimes an ostensibly negative and emotionally charged development can flip over...