According to president William Ruto, having an East African community without no borders is a game changer towards the future of all the seven African countries namely; Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.
Speaking in Uganda during the country's 60th Independence Day celebration, the Head of state left Kenyans in speculations after urging his Ugandan counterpart, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to be instrumental towards bringing the East African community as one.
Consequently, he has told him that since he is a veteran in leadership having ruled Uganda for 36 good years, he should be the one to lead the charge to convince all the seven head of states and there administration to bring down all boundaries and borders that makes EAC divided and having ideological matters.
"Your Excellency President Museveni, as our elder, you have the challenge to lead the charge on ensuring we bring down the boundaries, borders and barriers so that we can have a borderless East Africa community," he said.
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