Africans To Get Visa On Arrival, Promises Kenyatta At Inauguration
Uhuru Kenyatta is being sworn in as President of Kenya for a second term of five years and he is making promises, not only to the people of Kenya but to Africans in general.
Part of the promises include visa on arrival in Nairobi or even a permanent residency if you find a beautiful Kenyan girl to marry you.
Yes, President Kenyatta said so and he wants you to hold him by his words.
By that promise of every ‘African’ he has removed visa restriction on some nations.
“If you wish and find a willing partner, you can marry and settle in Kenya,” he said during his inauguration address, saying the move was designed to cement African ties.
“This commitment we make again with no requirement for reciprocity,” Kenyatta said.
Kenyatta was reelected for a second term in office in August 2017 in an election trailed by allegations of irregularities prompting cancellation by Kenya’s supreme court, which ordered a rerun.
His swearing in comes after he won the rerun election on October 26 with more than 98% of the votes.
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His inauguration has been marked by protests and sporadic outbreak of violence in the opposition strongholds.
The opposition planned to hold a prayer meeting in the capital Nairobi on Tuesday, saying it wanted to commemorate the lives of opposition leader, Raila Odinga's supporters killed during confrontations with the security forces over the election period.
More than 70 people have been reported killed in political violence this election season, mostly by the police.
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