In the Kenya capital Nairobi, on Friday (8 September), it was learned that an order banning the entry into Kenya of all Ugandan residents had been partly rescinded.
GV Nairobi airport buildings.
SV Vice-President Moi across tarmac (2 shots)
CU INT. Conference room with cameraman.
CU Vice-President speaking.
"..doing it properly."
"Immigration officers along the border have been issued with clear instructions and of course people coming through must possess valid documents so that they come in properly. The citizens wishing to go to the United Kingdom, Europeans or Asians, we have on humanitarian grounds allowed them to pass through Kenya on transit. This we will do provided that they proceed in the normal way....so there is no fuss about it, this we are doing it properly."
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Background: In the Kenya capital Nairobi, on Friday (8 September), it was learned that an order banning the entry into Kenya of all Ugandan residents had been partly rescinded. the immigration situation was further clarified the following day with the return from the Dar Es Salaam "good neighbours" conference of Vice president Moi. In an airport press conference he explained that British passport holders, whether Asian or European, would be permitted to enter the country if in transit to Britain.