Obama Issues last warning to Americans in Kenya as he leaves office

U.S outgoing President, Barrack Obama has issued a warning to American citizens not to visit Kenya unsafe towns following new Al-Shabaab threat.

Obama mentioned as his last advise to Americans before retiring as the 44th President on January 20th 2017

In Kenya, The U.S Embassy has allowed its citizens to visit only the old towns in Mombasa and has emphasized that they should not use Likoni ferry for their own safety.

The warning has affected the tourism industry in Kenya with many opting for other cowntries in the region.

”Avoid travel in the northeastern Kenyan counties of Mandera, Wajir and Garissa, the coastal counties of Tana River and Lamu in their entirety, all areas north of Malindi in Kilifi County, and the Nairobi neighborhood of Eastleigh”

This is not the first time he has issued a warning. In 2016, Obama asked all Americans to cancel their trips to Kenya after the Westgate attack for their safety and security.

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