President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete chats with Cable News Network (CNN) ‘s Richard Quest and Maggie Lake when he visited CNN Studios at the Time Warner Cente in New York.
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President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete poses with CNN’s Richard Quest and Maggie Lake when he visited CNN Studios at the Time Warner Building in New York
President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete presents CNN’s Richard Quest when he visited CNN Studios at the Time Warner Building in New York. Right Ms. JulietRugeiyamu Kairuki, the Executive Director of the Tanzania Investment Centre. The Tour was jointly organized by the TIC and CNN as part of an on going partnership to promote Tanzania as an attractive destination for investment and tourism.
They also discussed the forthcoming African Journalist of the year Awards Ceremony to be held in Dar es salaam later this year.
President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and CNN’s Richard Quest and Maggie Lake when he visited CNN Studios at the Time Warner Building in New York. This is where Richard Quest produces his world famous “Quest Means Business Programmes”
President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and his entourage are given a guided tour by CNN’s Richard Quest when he visited CNN Studios at the Time Warner Building in New York.
President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and his entourage in talks with Mr. Ken Jautz (second left), the Executive Vice President of CNN (Responsible for CNN/US) and Mr. Rani Raad (left Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer (CNN International) when he visited CNN Studios at the Time Warner Building in New York. The CNN .executives engaged President Kikwete on Tanzania’s a investment Track record and the country’s impressive economic performance, as well as its approach to responsible Journalism
CNN memorabilia and TIC’s promotional banner on display during President Kikwete’svisit of CNN studios in New York.