Kenya Cancels Visa Requirement for Nigerians, Other Africans


Beginning January 2024, Kenya will be a visa-free country. It shall no longer be necessary for any person from any corner of the globe to carry the burden of applying for a visa to come to Kenya.

Williams Ruto, president of Kenya, in a speech in Nairobi to mark 60 years of Kenya’s independence. 

Yes! Kenya is now visa free for everyone!

This move promises to reshape the East African travel landscape. Tourists who have been burdened by visa hurdles can now seamlessly plan their Kenyan adventures.

Lured by the promise of pristine coastlines on the Indian Ocean or breathtaking encounters with elephants, lions, and zebras in the heart of the savannah.

President Ruto had previously declared his intentions at a conference in the Republic of Congo. Now, he translates vision into reality, aiming to breathe new life into Kenya’s vital tourism industry.


As the world watches with anticipation, one thing is clear: Kenya is ready to paint the town red!

Its vibrant spirit invites travellers to a land where adventure awaits every sunrise.

So, pack your bags, dust off your passport, and get ready to experience the warmth of Kenyan hospitality – visas are not required.