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Goge Africa Top Management Team visit East Africa

Goge Africa top Management team led by the CEO, Ambassador. Isaac Moses and the Managing Director, Ambassador. Nneka Isaac-Moses were in Tanzania and Burundi on a working visit occasioned by their quest to encourage intra-Africa travel, investment and tourism promotion.

According to the team, the barriers that impede inter-connectivity and lack of intra-continental trade and investment must be removed for Africa to progress.  African countries need to trade more with each other rather than  trade with far away Asia, Europe, America etc. Africans should invest in Africa.

Our political and economic leaders must stop moving the wealth of Africa outside the continent if they want the progress of Africa.

The above are the objectives of Goge Africa’s visit. His Excellency Dr. Alfred Bana, the Tanzanian Ambassador to Nigeria facilitated a meeting between Goge Africa, Tanzania Tourist Board and Zanzibar Commission for Tourism.

Goge team were received at Tanzania Tourist Board office in Dar Es Salaam by Dr. Gladstone Mlay, the Director of Marketing who expressed the need for the promotion of Africa’s tourism and investment opportunities especially within the continent.

The team also attended the 46th Saba Saba International Trade fair in Dar Es Salaam, perhaps the biggest International Fair in the region.

Dr. Mohamed Mkurugenzi Masoko had to sail from Zanzibar into Tanzania to meet with the team at Kigamboni area, Gezaulole at Bamba Beach, a privately owned resort on the peninsula.

L-R: Amb. Isaac Moses, Dr Mohammed Mansour, Director of Marketing, Zanzibar Commission for Tourism; Amb. Nneka Isaac-Moses.

At the end of the meeting, Goge Africa team went on a guided tour of the facility. According to Ambassador Isaac Moses, “Bamba beach is a very beautiful eco-friendly resort with huge potential for investors in tourism sector. It has a nice curvy lake amidst the green vegetation that runs slowly into the ocean”

Running on a tight schedule, the Goge team had to travel to Burundi on the invitation of His Excellency, Ambassador Elijah Onyeagba, the Nigerian envoy to Burundi. On arrival, the team were taken first to the office of the Mayor of Bujumbura, CP. Jimmy Hatungimana for a warm reception and a meeting with the Mayor and the Nigerian Ambassador amongst others.

The team later held a meeting with the Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage; in attendance were, the Assistant to the Minister: Mr Jean Claude KANENE, D.G sports and culture: Mr Samuel NIYUBAHWE and Director of sports: Mr Laurent NZEYIMANA.

Over the weekend, Goge team went on a guided tour with Her Excellency Mrs. Udo Onyeagba to the boarder of Burundi and Congo Democratic Republic, then to Parc National De La Rusizi. “It was a magical journey of discovery: From the quiet waters of brown colored Rusizi, we watched a pod of hippopotamuses, different species of birds that fluttered away as we clapped from our boat.

Within minutes we were at the magical but natural divide where brown colored Rusizi meets with blue Lake Tanganyika! Such awesome wonder!” Amb. Nneka Isaac-Moses said.

At the end of the boat ride, they had a cultural encounter with the amazing Burundi drummers and dancers.

According to the CEO of Goge Africa, ” Burundi is not a poor country. They have food sufficiency with one of the most the most fertile land in the whole of Africa. Lake Tanganyika is a fresh water lake and home to over 200 species of fish. These and more are information you may not readily get online.”.
”I recommend Mukeke and Sangala fish prepared the Burundi style to anyone visiting Burundi.” Ambassador Nneka Isaac-Moses added.


:”Their avocados pears are very fleshy and big as a baby’s head. Burundi is not just food sufficient but, Rwanda, Congo and other neighboring countries depend on them for food. Investment in Agriculture will yield a fast return on investment”.  said Ämb. Isaac Moses

Burundi is a virgin land, brimming with untapped resources. The government has opened up and is ready for investors in various aspects of her economy.

Nigeria’s Ambassador to Burundi His Excellency Elijah Onyeagba have engaged Nigerians and the diaspora community in the opportunities available in Burundi. Goge Africa caught up with Pinnacle International Investment club who were also in Bujumbura on the invitation of Nigeria’s Ambassador to explore opportunities for investment.

Goge Africa team were hosted at the Kiriri Garden Hotel, Hotel Club Du Lac Tanganyika and
Olivia Hotel owned by a Nigerian.








Goge Africa and partners plan to embark on Destination East Africa shortly after the ongoing Destination West Africa Project, a project aimed at the promotion and advocacy for inter-connectivity and intra-Africa Travel, Trade and Investment.

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