Is Kenya ready to tap into battlefield tourism?

Leave alone battlefield tourism, just any rich historical sites tourism… Eldoret has a grave of one of the first missionaries.

Every year their family travel all the way to come pay their respects, Nakuru has Lord Egerton castle, everything was stolen, his grave too in North cemetery only left for families, the rooms where Kapenguria 6 were held in Turkana collapsed, there is a big house that used to house British East Africa Commissioner in Turkana, only few rooms were finished the to house the County commissioner, the rest over 20, are crumbling sown slowly by slowly.

We have Soy club where Princess Diana loved to stay, nothing there shows she ever stepped there.

Last year as I was following on the story, the cook exists but now a very old man in Lugari. So,Kenya has never been ready

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