Do not travel to Paris, Kuria tells Kenyans
17 November 2015, 15:46
Nairobi - Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has told Kenyans not to travel to Paris since it is unsafe.
Kuria said in a statement that he had issued the terror alert following the attacks in Paris Friday night that saw 129 people killed by terrorists.
" Because they also issue travel advisories against us, I issue mine against them," he said.
Kuria lamented the endless travel advisories against Kenya that had been the end of the local tourism industry.
" The advisories against the country has caused the collapse of the tourism sector and that has not been helpful to our economy," he added.
He was however sorrowful over the French attacks.
" Such barbarism must not be condoned in the world. Kenyans too must not let it get to them," he added.
Travel advisories on the Coastal city of Mombasa have slowed down the country's vital tourism sector and led to the loss of jobs and closure of hotels.
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