Uhuru Reaches A Compromise With British Prime Minister ON Travel Advisory
The president, Uhuru Kenyatta has made the British Prime Minister to back from the previous directive where the United Kingdom had warned its citizens against visiting Kenya. The two discussed on the effects of the travel advisory that had earlier been issued and the head of state talked of the adverse effects it has had on the economy especially through the decline of tourists from the UK. The president noted that when travel advisories are issued, it leads to the loss of jobs especially in the tourism sector and thus giving an ideal opportunity to radicalize the young people. The prime minister of Britain gave the president an assurance that his country would not issue the travel advisories again due to the negative effects that they have brought to the country’s economy.
The leaders also discussed security issues and agreed that they would bring the two countries together in the fight against corruption.” We would like to partner in combating terrorist. These criminals have continued to cause harm on our people and it is about time we combined forces to fight back.” Kenyatta said to the3 British prime minister. It is said that Uhuru did welcome the prime ministers promise to cooperate and combine forces to eradicate terrorism and showed his gratitude on the travel advisory promise from the prime minister.
In the travel advisory that had been issued by Johnsons government, advised its citizens to weary when they decided to be in Kenya and especially the areas that tourist frequented like Hotels, sports bars night clubs among others. This was because according to the advisory their security was on stake bearing I mind that Kenya had become a terrorist attack hotspot.