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Abeiku Santana & Kaya Tours Team Join World Class Tourism Professionals at the 79th Skål International Congress in Mombasa!

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Abeiku Santana at the PrideInn Convention Center for the 79th Skål International Congress in Mombasa, Kenya

Ghana’s ace broadcaster, Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey, professionally known as Abeiku Santana and as top marked CEO of Africa’s accredited leading travel & tour company, Kaya Tours represents West Africa, Ghana as a delegate at the 79th annual Skål International Congress, which commenced today, October 17 in Mombasa, Kenya.

Skål International is an elite certified entity of global tourism leaders whose obligation is to intensify the promotion of global tourism and acquaintance.  Its unique vision is to become the trusted opinion n the travel and tourism trade since 1934.

Abeiku Santana Arriving for registration at the 79th Skål International Congress in Mombasa

The congress this year is hosting over 15,000 delegates from 83 countries across the world from today, October 17 to 21st, and of which Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey, head bureaucrat of Kaya Tours is listed. Skål is the only international group uniting all branches of the travel and tourism industry.

Facts from Abeiku Santana on the grounds in Mombasa as delegate at the 79th annual Skål International congress tells, the participants will be delighted with an unforgettable activities at the PrideInn Convention Center in Mombasa, Kenya where the ultimate congress takes place.

Speakers to address the tourism and travel professionals presented at 2018 Skål International congress are Cabinet Secretary of Kenya Tourism & Wildlife, Hon. CS Najib Balala, Mombasa Country Governor, Hon. Ali Hassan Joho and Ms. Susanna Sari, the President of Skal International.

Skål International is appropriately governed by an executive committee of six members, elected by delegates to an annual General Assembly held during the congress.

This allows members encounter first hand observation of the travel and tourism potential around the world.

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