Photos: JKIA cleanup of unwanted vehicles before Obama’s arrival
By Standard Reporter
| July 24th 2015
Nairobi, Kenya: Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Friday morning went through a cleanup whereby vehicles that had been left parked by owners were removed using a forklift before the arrival of American President Barack Obama.
Obama expected to meet IGAD envoys, South Sudan chief negotiatorsUS President, Barack Obama, will arrive in Ethiopia on Sunday after paying a previously announced trip to Kenya, his father’s native country.
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