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Senate Speaker Amason Kingi has welcomed the visit to Kenya by Italy President Sergio Mattarella saying it was a sign of good diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Photo courtesy Parliament of Kenya left hand side is Italy president Sergio on the right is senate speaker Jefwa Kingi
Speaker Kingi received the president at Parliament Grounds on Tuesday when he came to pay respects to the Mouseleum of Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's first president.
"The visit signifies thriving diplomatic relations between Italy and Kenya under President William Ruto," the Speaker said when he received the President.
Speaker Kingi was accompanied by Defence CS Aden Duale, Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja and Senators, Ali Roba (mandera), Tabitha Mutinda (Nominated), members of the National Assembly and other national leaders.
"I had the honour of receiving His Excellency Sergio Mattarela the president of Italy at Parliament grounds today" He said
Photo courtesy official Facebook page of Rt Hon Jefwa Kingi EGH
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