Obama's visit to interrupt traffic flow in Nairobi
06 July 2015, 10:36
Nairobi - State House Spokesperson, Manoah Esipisu has told Nairobians to expect traffic snarl up when US President Barack Obama visits Kenya later this month.
Esipisu said traffic flow will be interrupted in Nairobi, but maintained that normal operations at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) will continue.
Obama is expected to land at JKIA aboard Air Force One and motorcade will later proceed to Gigiri through Mombasa Road and the city centre.
“We will be releasing a traffic guide for the day. We know Obama will come with a huge motorcade which will inconvenience road users in the city, but we also want to ensure that other operations continue,” Esipisu said.
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