Obama Meets with President Kenyatta on Arrival in Kenya

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Former U.S. President Barack Obama has arrived in Kenya, the country of his father's birth, for a private visit, his first to this country since leaving office.

Known as the Sauti Kuu Foundation, it will be a sports facility and vocational training centre.

Before they head to Kogelo, Obama and his family will pay a courtesy call on President Uhuru Kenyatta and meet Opposition leader Raila Odinga in a tightly scheduled programme. Obama is visiting Kenya for the fifth time, as a private citizen.

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Immediately after landing at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Mr Obama's motorcade headed straight to State House to a meeting with President Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and other senior government officials. He was born in Hawaii, where he spent most of his childhood raised by his mother, a white American from Kansas.

Former US President Barack Obama on Sunday evening met NASA leader Raila Odinga at Hotel Villa Rosa Kempinski, Westlands.

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'We are upbeat about the coming of the President Barak Obama, ' said Rasango, who added he is not expecting much in terms of any announcements of aid.

In a statement sent shortly after the meeting, the NASA leader stated: "It's always a great pleasure meeting with one of Kenya's most famous sons, President Barack Obama".

Obama announced the trip last week on Twitter, writing, "I'm traveling to Africa for the first time since I left office - a continent of wonderful diversity, thriving culture and remarkable stories".

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