Kenyan tourism faces decline amid security concerns & coronavirus


The US government recently issued a fresh advisory, warning its airlines of the risk of being attacked within Kenyan airspace. This comes on top of travel restrictions amid coronavirus outbreak. Mohammed Hersi, Chairman of Kenya Tourism Federation spoke to CNBC Africa on the impact this could have on local tourism.


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