African Tourism Board’s Executive Board has felicitated with its President, Mr. Alain St. Ange on the Independence Anniversary of Seychelles Republic which will fall on the 29th June, 2021.

Speaking on behalf of the Board, Cuthbert Ncube, the Chairman of the organisation expressed ATB’s delight at the giant strides Seychelles has been taking in terms of tourism development and as one of the best premium destinations in Africa as well as eulogising St. Ange for playing pivotal roles at representing his country very well in different areas especially in his tourism career of which they are proud of .


“Allow me to express our delight at the wonderful strides Seychelles has always take at maintaining the tourism development in the country. Also to our indefatigable President, Alain who has never rested on his oasis but keeps inspiring us in all his tourism endeavors. We are proud of you and we congratulate you and the entire people and government of Seychelles.

Also expressing his own delight, Alain St.Ange, who was one time Seychelles Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine and wished his country a happy anniversary and called for mutual respect and unity in respective of any differences through a communique.

SEYCHELLES INDEPENDENCE DAY PICTURE ON THE 29TH JUNE 1976

“Happy National holiday Seychelles. On the 29th June 1976 our islands became independent-a nationhood that came with the belief that all Seychellois in respective of their of skin colour, political affiliation, religious beliefs would remain islanders with equal chances and respect.

“The 2021 Independence Day Celebrations is a time to reflect as our country is battling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s with this mindset that I wish us all a Happy National Day and as we celebrate this day,let us come together and work towards to making our dear country a proud one” St.Ange added.

By Kazeem Balogun

Kazeem Balogun is the Managing Editor of Kalo Africa News.

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