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Photo: The deserted Nairobi streets ahead of Obama’s arrival

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By Standard Reporter | July 24th 2015

Nairobi, Kenya: Most of Nairobi streets were empty as most Kenyans opted to stay away from Nairobi's city centre ahead of US President Barack Obama's arrival in Kenya.

Most of Nairobi streets (Muindi Mbingu) were empty as most Kenyans opted to stay away from Nairobi's city center ahead of US President Barack Obama's arrival in Kenya. Sections of mainstream highways in Nairobi will be closed to facilitate for Obama's movements while in Kenya. July 24th,2015. Photo/Elvis Ogina
Most of Nairobi streets,Kenyatta Avenue,GPO Bus stop, were empty as most Kenyans opted to stay away from Nairobi's city center ahead of US President Barack Obama's arrival in Kenya. Sections of mainstream highways in Nairobi will be closed to facilitate for Obama's movements while in Kenya. July 24th,2015. Photo/Elvis Ogina
Cleaning Services Workers put final touches at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) ahead of US President Barack Obama's arrival in Kenya. KICC will be hosting the GSE conference. Sections of mainstream highways in Nairobi will be closed to facilitate for Obama's movements while in Kenya. July 24th,2015. Photo/Elvis Ogina
The usually fully booked parking lot along Uhuru Highway is empty as most motorists opted to stay away from City Centre. Sections of mainstream highways in Nairobi will be closed to facilitate for Obama's movements while in Kenya. July 24th,2015. Photo/Elvis Ogina

 

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