An airport staff employee stands among the debris after a fire damaged a terminal at the Jomo Kenyatta international airport in Nairobi on August 7, 2013. A massive fire shut down Nairobi's international airport on Wednesday with flights diverted to regional cities as firefighters battled to put out the blaze in east Africa's biggest transport hub. Dramatic plumes of black smoke billowed out of the main arrivals terminal, but by 9.00 am (0600GMT), some four hours after the blaze broke out, firefighters had succeeded in stemming the raging flames. AFP PHOTO /Stringer
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh during a visit to the President of Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta (1889 - 1978) (centre), Kenya, 1972.
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President of Kenya Jomo Kenyatta in Nairobi, Kenya on May, 1978.
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Kenyan independence leader Jomo Kenyatta (1894 - 1978), circa 1960. He later became Prime Minister and then President of Kenya.
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From left to right, Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere (1922 - 1999), Ugandan Prime Minister Milton Obote (1925 - 2005) and Kenyan President Jomo Kenyatta (1893 - 1978), 1965.
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President Kenyatta and wife receive Kenyan Olympic team home from Mexico.
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Prime Minister of Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta (c.1889-1978) speaks at a political rally in June 1963 after his KANU party won the election in May 1963.