Following President William Ruto’s suggestion that Kenya would remove similar restrictions for all African countries by the end of the year, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda has eliminated visa requirements for all African nations.
President Kagame claims that the action was taken to support the travel and tourism sector.
Kagame’s action follows President William Ruto’s suggestion, made a few days ago, that Kenya would eliminate visa requirements for all African nations by year’s end.
At the Three Basins Summit on Biodiversity Ecosystems and Tropical Forests in Congo Brazzaville, Ruto stated that African nations were being negatively impacted by visa policies.
Kenya currently lists more than 40 nations, including more than 15 African nations, whose citizens are permitted entry into the nation without it.
As of right now, Kenyan passport holders can visit more than 40 countries worldwide without a visa, according to the most recent information available from Visaguide.
Some nations only grant entry with an e-visa, while others issue visas to travelers right away.
According to Visaguide Passport Index’s most recent data, the Kenyan passport is currently ranked 136th in the entire world.