President William Ruto is taking no chances in his US tour. He has already entered into six deals with United States that will see Kenya benefit through partnerships. The deals are between the US government, private businessmen and Kenyan government.
The deals are expected to help promote peace, democracy and promote economic development in Kenya. One of the deals is expected to link World Bank with series of economic projects in the country.
The deals by Ruto is expect to see Kenya be the first African country to invest in space technology. The space technology investment in Kenya will be spearheaded by Arizona State University. Such an investment will involve research on space technology and coming up with vessels that can be used to promote space technology.
Ruto is on a charm offensive to put Kenya as the best business destination for US in Kenya. He believes that partnering with US as one of Kenya’s strongest ally will see the country reap big.
On Thursday 15th December, President Ruto signed another deal with Joe Biden of US so that US can bring climate innovations to Kenya. Ruto has told Biden that US should come up with innovations that will help remove carbon from the Kenyan atmosphere.
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