02-01-2018 by redazione
2017 ended as one of the most peaceful years and secure for Kenya and the coast has confirmed this trend.
Especially if you look at what happened in Western countries and other countries in the past deemed not at risk, this year the African country gave to its citizens and to tourists who have frequented happy days and no hint of danger.
The ethnic clashes have affected as always remote border regions, and even the conflict with Somalia did not record large reprisals. The few attacks have been limited to the Mandera area, 5 km from the border, and the desert Chalbi, absolutely not busy area.
The Kenyan coast also in these last holiday did not register any widespread violent phenomenon, and has confirmed the trend of recent years when despite vetoes of some Ministries of Foreign Affairs because of the facts of Garissa and Nairobi, there were absolutely no problems in Kilifi County.
Especially in the night of New Year in Malindi and Watamu you have taken dozens of parties, and dinners with music, concerts and discos, as well as lots of friendly evenings in private villas, with no problem. Indeed, even the beaches were frequented during the night, with bathrooms until dawn and people around to celebrate. The best wish you could do for 2017 is that everything remains at a safe level as in the year just past.
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