Zambian President visits Kilifi for bench marking

Zambian President Edgar Lungu (L) together with president Uhuru Kenyatta PHOTO COURTESY

Kilifi,KENYA:A week after a section of Zambian legislators visited Kenya to learn on how to fight corruption, Zambian president Edgar Lungu has visited the country.

Mr Lungu was in the country over the weekend on a private visit  but held bilateral talks with president Uhuru Kenyatta before visiting the  Ronald Ngala Utalii college in Vipingo  on Sunday to benchmark on tourism developments in the country.

This is according to a statement from the statehouse communications office.

“President Lungu, who has been in Kenya on a private visit, visited the Ronald Ngala Utalii College in Kilifi to appraise himself with the development of the tourism sector in Kenya.” Reads part of the statement issued by statehouse in  regards to the visit.

According to statehouse,  Mr Lungu struck a deal with president Kenyatta  one of them which will involve the training  50  Zambian  tourism students at the Kenya Utalii college.

Presidents Lungu’s visit comes just a week a a group of Zambian legislators were highly after reports emerged that they had visited the country  for a bench marking visit to learn how to fight corruption.