Obama reinforces that tribal diversity is Africa's "strenght"

Former US president visited Kenya and was in the village where his father was born, there he opened a youth center with his half-sister, Auma.

At the African country, Barack Obama emphasized "that different ethnicities should not be seen as enemies, but as allies, and that tribal diversity should be seen as a strenght, not a weakness," highlighting Kenya as the example of "an emerging Africa."

During his visit to Kenya, homeland of his father, Obama went to his ancestors' village, Kogelo, where he opened a youth center run by the Sauti Kuu Foundation, which is led by his half-sister Auma.

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