This one is part of a series of letters from African journalists posted with BBC news, and media and communication trainer Joseph Warungu from Kenya looks at a recent court ruling that could end some uncomfortable road trips.
UPDATED at 13:40 Friday 24/7, 2015. Mombasa road will not be completely closed, but there will be a change in the traffic flow. Mobile network and other networks might be down temporarily in the area’s The Us President Barack Obama passes, due to the jammers that are installed in their equipment. (But it will only be short time) Key roads in Nairobi will be closed during US President Barack Obama’s
Belgium Airline, Brussels Airlines will stop its its flights to Nairobi, from October 24, on what it attributed to a change in strategy. “Brussels Airlines would like to inform you that, due to a new strategy within the Lufthansa Group, our service between Nairobi and Brussels will cease as from 24 October 2015,” country manager Pierre Declerck, said in a statement. The airline has been flying tourists, businessmen and families
President Uhuru Kenyatta has issued a raft of new measures to boost domestic and international tourism. He said Kenyans working in corporate and business entities will now enjoy paid up vacations in the tourism sector. Making the announcement after holding a meeting with tourism sector stakeholders at State House Nairobi, President Kenyatta said the Government is taking specific measures to stimulate the tourism sector including giving at least 25,000 Kenyans