The Star (Nairobi)

14 December 2012

Kenya: Insecurity Affecting Tourism in Mombasa

Eight Yemeni Nationals are among nine people who have been arrested in connection with a grenade attack that occurred last evening in Eastleigh, ... ( Resource: Nine Arrested Over Kenya Grenade Attack

The country has recorded a decline in tourism by 2 percent with Mombasa being the worst hit following flight cancellations. Kenya tourism board director Muriithi Ndegwa says the 23% decline in mombasa is attributed to perceived insecurity.

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