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Seychelles: The Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Kenya visits the ruins of a school for the children of freed slaves




The Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Kenya Amina Mohamed (center) visiting the historic site of  Venns along with Minister of Tourism and Culture of Seychelles Alain Saint Ange (left from the Kenyan Cabinet Secretary) and Jean-Paul Adam, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the archipelago (last from the right)
The Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Kenya Amina Mohamed (center) visiting the historic site of Venns along with Minister of Tourism and Culture of Seychelles Alain Saint Ange (left from the Kenyan Cabinet Secretary) and Jean-Paul Adam, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the archipelago (last from the right)
The Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Kenya, Amina Mohamed traveling to Seychelles for the signature of a cooperation agreement, recently visited the historic site of the ruins of Venns Mission Lodge at Sans Souci on the island of Mahé, alongside the Minister of Tourism and Culture of Seychelles, Alain Saint Ange, and Jean-Paul Adam, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the archipelago.
 
The historic site of Venns was constructed in 1872 of a school held by Anglican missionaries for children of freed slaves.
 
The Minister of tourism and Culture of the Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange, wishes that the historic site is classified in the world heritage of the UNESCO.
 
The Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Kenya, Amina Mohamed, welcomed the backup job of this memorial site of a part of the history of the archipelago and has indicated that her country will support this historical recognition to African and global scale.



Laurent Chinaud


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