Security agencies in Kenya and Kenya’s intelligence teams have once again confirmed that the country is continuously working its security system as part of the preparations ahead of the United States President Barrack Obama visit in July.
Obama is expected to arrive in Kenya in July for bilateral meetings and to attend the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit is an annual conference which will connect entrepreneurs with key business leaders, international organizations and governments.
More security agencies in Kenya and abroad have continued to arrive in the country ahead of Obama’s first visit to Kenya as President of the United States. Two special cars that he will use during his visit have already arrived in Kenya.
US Secretary of State John Kerry also arrived in Kenya on early Monday, with security agents intensified at all check points. There were GSU officers, Special Security forces and other security agents, all with one mission- to ensure there is total security as earlier promised by Kenya.
Former President Bill Clinton and his daughter, Chelsea, are also in the country though on a different
mission but have equally enjoyed ample security in the country ahead of Obama’s visit to Kenya.Intelligence teams have also ensured that suspected terror hot spots in Kenya are closely guarded despite terror alert warnings which might affect parts of the Coastal region.
Security agencies and intelligence team has confirmed that there is heightened security ahead of the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit where key leaders are expected in the country.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to meet representatives from Eritrea and Puntland with their major focus on the fight against terrorism in Kenya before he leaves the country on Wednesday.