On Tuesday, Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja signed the Twin Cities Settlement with Alderman Hill-Lewis, the Mayor of Cape City.
The settlement signifies a collaboration between Nairobi Metropolis and the Metropolis of Cape City in South Africa, spanning throughout a number of sectors.
In the course of the signing ceremony held on the Metropolis Corridor, Governor Sakaja famous that Nairobi and Cape City each maintain vital positions as regional hubs throughout the African continent.
“This partnership, coming scorching on the heels of the removing of visa necessities between our two International locations, presents an excellent alternative to our folks.
“The South and the East of Africa have come collectively to work collectively,” Sakaja stated.
Alderman Hill-Lewis on his half welcomed the initiative, highlighting the shared trajectory of each cities and their mutual mission to turn into the unequalled financial and innovation hubs inside their respective areas.
“It was necessary to me that our first city-to-city co-operation settlement on this administration is with an African metropolis, and Nairobi is the apparent alternative. It’s clear that we’re each on a mission to turn into much more globally aggressive and to face out as essentially the most engaging and handy locations to do enterprise in our areas,” the Mayor stated
Lewis acknowledged that each Nairobi and Cape City maintain vital stature as tourism powerhouses on the African continent. He emphasised that these cities persistently appeal to a various array of tourists all year long and possess thriving well-developed movie industries.
“We will accomplish that way more collectively. We will strengthen one another’s tourism markets. We will collaborate with one another’s movie industries. We will double the commerce between us,” stated Mayor Lewis.