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Security beefed up ahead of Obama’s visit

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obamaAll is set for the arrival of former US President Barack Obama who is expected to jet into the country today with security beefed up both in Nairobi and Kisumu.

Nairobi Police Chief Joseph Ole Tito however stated that there will be free movement of traffic as no roads will be closed.

He says that Obama will be visiting Kenya as a private citizen and as such, Kenyans’ daily affairs will not be interfered with.

Nyanza regional police boss Leonard Katana however stated that the area leading to the home of Obama’s grandmother will be off-limits to the public, with only a few able to join the family for the reunion.


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