At the moment he is a full-time blogger giving tips and advices on everything related to African safaris. This is a fictitious day that could happen in virtually any developing country with lots of tourists.
- The fundamental breakdown and corruption of local families and communities results in an acceptance of sexual exploitation of children.We waste so much time in traffic in Nairobi and I think you’re most likely to meet your significant other in traffic more than ever before: sitting next to them in a mat, bus or your slow moving cars alongside each other on the road. This site has been featured on a number of credible online and mainstream media.Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday inaugurated a Chinese-built railway, the country’s biggest infrastructure project since independence that is aimed at cementing its role as the gateway to East Africa.The boxy red-and-white diesel train left from a gleaming new station in the port city of Mombasa, carrying Kenyatta, Chinese dignitaries and citizens from around the country on its maiden journey to Nairobi.“Those killed are locals,” a senior Liboi police officer said.
“They all died on the spot when their vehicle ran over the explosive device.” Another officer said Shabaab militants were suspected.
Last October, the Kenyan government decreed a curfew, extended for three months in April, in Mandera county, and also beefed up security in the region to counter such attacks.
Tuesday’s attack came in the central eastern town of Liboi, which is some 60 kilometres from Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp, the world’s largest and which shelters mainly Somalians.
Police headquarters declined to comment on the incident.
The Islamist Shabaab have spent a decade fighting to overthrow Somalia’s internationally backed government, attacking official, military and civilian targets, often using suicide bombers.
Accusations of corruption, concerns over the impact on wildlife and criticism of the US.2 billion price tag blamed on poor negotiations with the Chinese, have dogged the project. The president is also betting on the legacy project to help him be re-elected in August elections.