Trump Gets Tough on Kenya, Bars Corruption, Drug Suspects

Apart from imposing visa bans on Kenyans linked to corruption and drugs, President Donald Trump's administration has vowed to keep "corrupt" people away from the U.S. "Such people will not get U.S. visas or send money to pay school fees for their children in the U.S.", Kyle McCarter, the U.S. Ambassador to Kenya has said.

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    Nation, 22 October 2019

    Individuals implicated in corruption and drugs and their family members will not be allowed to step on American soil as President Donald Trump's administration gets tough on Kenya. Read more »

From left: Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission chairman Eliud Wabukala, U.S. ambassador Kyle McCarter and EACC chief executive officer Twalib Mbarak address the media at Integrity Centre (file photo).

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