According to the Kenya president, President William Ruto, by the end of the year, Kenya will be a visa-free country for Nigerians and other African countries. The president stated this at a summit to protect some of the world’s largest rainforests.
“It is time we… realise that having visa restrictions amongst ourselves is working against us,”
“When people cannot travel, business people cannot travel, entrepreneurs cannot travel, we all become net losers.
“Let me say this: As Kenya, by the end of this year, no African will be required to have a visa to come to Kenya,” he said to loud cheers from the conference delegates.
“Our children from this continent should not be locked in borders in Europe and also be locked in borders in Africa.”
What Kenya Free Visa Means To Nigerians and Other Countries
This Free Visa Kenya is offering us means we should come and explore their country. Patronize and engage in different tourism activities in the country. It means coming and doing business in Kenya.
Things Nigerians and Others Can Do in Kenya
Below are a few among the numerous things you can do in Kenya
- Climb or Hike Mount Kenya
- Visit Kenya’s Beaches
- Water Sports – Diving, Snorkeling, Rafting, Fishing
- Kayak Diani Beach
- Dive Kisite Mpunguti Marine National Park and Reserve
- Explore the History of the Lamu Archipelago
- Snorkel Malindi & Watamu Marine National Parks
- Fishing in Lake Victoria
Flights To Kenya from Nigeria and Other African Countries
Kenya Airways is an airline owned by the Government. It’s a direct flight from any country to Kenya. You can use the airline from Nigeria or your country to Kenya. If the price of the flight ticket is high or there is no seat available, you can use other African airlines to and from Kenya.