Dubai Chamber sends delegation to Kenya to discuss bilateral economic ties
During the trade mission, S.S. Lootah International struck a deal with Hashi Energy in Kenya. Together, the two organizations will provide the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO) with petroleum products, trucks, food supplies and financing facilities.
“We are honored to be approaching Africa representing Dubai’s private sector under the umbrella of the Chamber,” S.S. Lootah International CEO Yahya Lootah said. “By so doing, we are extending our capabilities and potentials to contribute to the social and economic welfare of Africa.”
Led by Majid Al Ghurair, chairman of the Dubai Chamber, the delegation included Lootah; Hamad Buamim, president and CEO, Dubai Chamber; Ali Al Fardan, managing director, Al Fardan Group of Companies; Kariuke Mugwe, consul general, Consulate General of the Republic of Kenya; Adel Al Zarouni, managing director, Rivoli Group LLC; Eisa Al Serkal, chairman, Nasser Bin Abdullatif Alserkal Establishment; Mohammed Al Raqbani, general manager at Dubai Investments Industries; Lamin Sanneh, head of Structured Finance, SS Lootah Group; and Wifag Mabrouk, deputy manager, Lootah Technologies and General Trading.