01-01-2021 by redazione
The first resolution for the new year is for us to get back on track and do what we have always done since 2008, for thirteen years of passion and professional seriousness, with the loopholes of irony, satire and fun that many of you know well.
We need to re-launch Kenya and its tourist destinations and we are aware that we are now one of the most suitable, predisposed and experienced vehicles to do so.
A website read by an average of 4000 people a day, Facebook pages and groups with a total of 50,000 followers, partnerships with news agencies, journalists, radio and television stations.
To do this, in 2021, we need the help of those who want to relaunch their business, because without promoting tourism in Kenya and the possibility of coming here for business, residence, retirement and so on, not much can be done.
In the same way, by looking at one's own backyard, one does even less and this is demonstrated by many Italian situations and among Italians, here and in the country.
SO WE ASK EVERYONE, ONCE MORE AND PERHAPS FOR THE LAST TIME: SUPPORT MALINDIKENYA.NET BY BECOMING OUR SPONSOR!
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For your work, for Kenya and not to see disappear an information service that is now part of our everyday life.
Obviously, the appeal also remains to all readers, for a little help if and when (and as much) they can.
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THANK YOU AND WE WISH YOU A MUCH BETTER 2021.
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