Interior CS Dr. Fred Matiang'i has been the President's right-hand man for years now. He got into the cabinet a few months after being elected as a Member of Parliament. He has served as a cabinet secretary in different ministries under the Jubilee government.
Today the super CS paid a visit to the Prime Minister of Qatar. He shared this news via his Twitter page. From the post that he published, their meeting aimed to sign a security agreement between the two countries.
"It is was my humbling privilege to deliver a special message from H.E. President Kenyatta to H.E Sheikh Khalid Bin Khalifa Bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, the Prime Minister of Qatar. Our governments are on course to sign a comprehensive security agreement anchored on mutual interests."- Fred Matiang'i.
Mr. Matiang'i last visit outside the country was early this month. He has traveled to Zambia to deliver a special message from President Kenyatta to Zambia's President.
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