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President Barack Obama was greeted in Nairobi, Kenya, by his half-sister Auma Obama.
Auma Obama met the president at Jomo Kenyatta Airport, where he arrived ahead of a two-day visit. Obama was also greeted by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and other top ;officials from the country.
Obama dined ;with other members of his family upon arriving in Kenya, including his step-grandmother and other family members, according to Reuters.
This is Obama’s first presidential visit to Kenya, where his father was born.
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