Human rights: Obama addresses ethnic divisions in Kenya

b_179_129_16777215_00_images_AFR151515aa002.jpegNAIROBI — President Obama spoke out Sunday about corruption, ethnic divisions, terrorism and human rights in a rousing televised speech on his last day in Kenya, his father's homeland.

Speaking to thousands at the Kasarani National Stadium, Obama encouraged Kenyans to “choose the path to progress” by fighting corruption and terrorism and by treating women and girls as equal citizens.

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