Kenya Contemplates Visa-Free Travel for All Visitors

President Ruto Considers Visa Free Access to Kenya
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Kenya’s President, William Ruto, has expressed a strong interest in eliminating the need for visas for travelers in the near future.

President Ruto emphasized that Kenya, as the cradle of humanity, should extend a warm welcome to all visitors. He pointed out that just a short distance away from where he spoke, scientists had discovered the earliest human remains on Earth. In essence, he regarded Kenya as the home of humanity.

Speaking at the Africa Climate Summit in Nairobi, which was attended by African and international leaders and delegates, Mr. Ruto stated, “Therefore, allow me to welcome you home. In a few months, we are seriously considering abolishing any visa requirement because it is unfair to ask anybody coming home for a visa.”

Since taking office as President in September 2022, Mr. Ruto has already waived visa restrictions for several countries, including Eritrea, Djibouti, Comoros, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Indonesia.

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President Ruto has previously announced his administration’s intention to remove visa restrictions for all countries within the African Union, aiming to facilitate easier travel across the continent.

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