Kenya's retired president of the republic of Kenya, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is still playing a major role in the African continent. He is taking part in talks to restore peace in African countries more especially East African Countries.
Uhuru Kenyatta is currently leading peace talks to restore normalcy in Democratic Republic of Congo, the talks have been taking place in Nairobi and the former head of state remains a pillar in the whole process.
The leaders of the East African Community were supposed to meet today in Nairobi so that they can sum up the deliberations to bring peace in DRC as soon as possible, it is unfortunate that some leaders of EAC did not show up to the meeting.
When Uhuru Kenyatta stood to speak, he has warned the leaders who snubbed the meeting that he will report them to their fellow leaders, Kenyatta says that maybe they are failing to take heed because they think he has no power but he has the backing of leaders and he will take an action against them. Uhuru has announced that they will be meeting tomorrow at 10AM to conclude the talks.
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