Crowds of Kenyans gather near the Memorial Park on July 25, 2015 in the city centre of Nairobi to watch US President's convoy. AFP PHOTO / CARL DE SOUZA
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Kenyan media were awash Saturday with coverage of Barack Obama's first visit to his father's homeland, with the U.S. president waving from one front page headlining "Kenya Here I Am".Hours after he landed in Nairobi on the first leg of a two-country Africa tour, large chunks of all the major newspapers, and long stretches of television programming, were devoted to coverage of Obama's visit.Crowds had gathered in the dark along the road from the airport to the city center to cheer as the US presidential motorcade passed by after Obama arrived on Air Force One late Friday.
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