Deputy president Rigathi Gachagwa has left Angola today for Nairobi after a two day engagements with various leaders from OACPS member states at the summit.
While there Deputy president also made various bilateral and multilateral commitments for improving the social economic lives of kenyans.
Before leaving Angola, Rigathi Gachagwa met kenya's ambassador to Angola and his deputy Mr Clement kiteme and Mr Andrew Mujivane respectively, and Angola's director of state protocol Mr Paulo Laureano among others.
Deputy president Rigathi Gachagwa was accompanied with his wife Dorcas Gachagwa among others. While there Rigathi met with kenyans working and living in Angola.
The deputy president encouraged those who work and live in Angola to work hard and also to respect the host country and work for the good of both the host country and also Kenya.
He promised them that he will work on the passport and visa issue so that the process be abit quicker.
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