President Uhuru Kenyatta is the current president of Kenya. He entered the office of presidency in the year 2013 when general elections were done. Today 5th October 2021, the head of state, President Uhuru Kenyatta said that the ongoing United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD15) can help jump start the struggling world economy from the ravages of Covid-19 pandemic. Below is a screenshot that shows where this information was found.
H.E President Kenyatta urged countries of the world to utilise the conference to agree on trade and development interventions that support diversification, improved financing and revitalization of multilateralism so as to achieve inclusive shared property.
In addition, the President further said that people should adhere to the outlined health guidelines to help curb the unseen enemy, Covid-19 which has really made many countries to lag behind in social, economic and political developments. The president urged people to put on face mask while in public and other crowded places.
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