Malawi President is currently progressing with his trip in Kenya which started yesterday when he came for Mashujaa Day celebration. After that, he embarked on traveling to various places across the country within Nairobi. It has been revealed that after today's meeting, Malawi President proceeded to view the preserved body of first president of Kenya, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.
This was revealed by Speaker JB Muturi on his Twitter account saying the following;
"Received His Excellency President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera of the Republic of Malawi🇲🇼 who is on a State visit to Kenya, this afternoon,when he visited the Mausoleum of the late H.E.Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, the First President of the Republic of Kenya at Parliament to pay his respects."
Kenya is currently trying to establish strong links with Malawi which will basically help in business purposes. Lazarus was warmly welcomed to view where the first man to lead Kenya immediately after liberating itself from hands of colonialists is preserved.
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