Kenya has been greatly affected by the threat of terror attacks from al-Shabab militants that are believed to be coming from neighboring Somalia. The attacks have seen many Kenyans losing their lives and have affected the country's economy, which depends a lot on tourism and other foreign investments.Economists say 90 percent of the tourism sector in northern coastal areas of Kenya, where al-Shabab militants attacked twice earlier this January, has been affected.Correspondent Joseph Jira reports from Mombasa.
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