President Uhuru Kenyatta today at State House, Nairobi held a meeting with leaders from the great Masai community, the leaders were led by the cabinet secretary in the ministry of environment Keriako Tobiko. The meeting comes barely hours after the head of state returned from his three day visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Leaders who attended the meeting include, were Devolution PS Charles Sunkuli, his Planning counterpart Saitoti Torome and Narok North MP Moitalel Ole KentaAccording to the report by the statehouse Kenya, the meeting mainly dwelt on the progress of the Maa community, among them its rich culture. Kenya is recognised internationally due to the traditional culture in the country, this has been reserved mainly by the Masai community.
The government has been determined to promote the culture of the Masai community due to its impact on the Kenyan economy and the international recognition. These leaders took the opportunity to thank president Uhuru for this continuous support.
"The leaders thanked the Head of State for the support the community continues to receive from the Government including several development projects in their areas." Reads part of the official statement from the statehouse. Source: State house Kenya.
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