The President Uhuru welcomed Over 30 Saudi investors – led by Saudi Arabia’s Commerce and Investment Minister Majed Bin Abdulla Alqassabi, just a day after Qatar’s Sheikh was in Kenya..
The meeting discussed the possibility to import cheaper crude oil from Saudi Arabia and boosting export of Kenya’s products such as tea, coffee, vegetables, textile materials, fruits, nuts and beef.
Leading Saudi companies present at the meeting included Al Mobty Group of Companies which was represented by its chairman Eng. Abdullah Al-Mobty, Alkorayef Group represented by Mr Saad Abdullah Alkorayef and Hmood Al Khalaf Trading and Transportation Group whose General Manager Hmood Al Khalaf attended the meeting.
Others were Kingdom Paints Factory Company and Care Group which were represented by their CEOs Mr Sultan Alqahtani and Dr Emad Al Thukair respectively.
Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Kenya. Worth about 2Billion Dollars, He is among the 10 richest royals and and among the 7 richest Sheikhs in the world.
When you are talking about who is who in middle East. His name will come up.
Alafu you hear sijui this government is chasing away investors blah blah blah.