The former president Uhuru Kenyatta today led other heads of States in a meeting which was held at Safari Park Hotel. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Democratic Republic Of Congo peace process convention brought leaders from East African community where they discussed about various ways of restoring peace in Congo.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the heads of States who attended the meeting includes the president William Ruto, president of Rwanda Hon Paul kagame, Tanzania president Samia Suluhu and prime minister of Democratic Republic Of Congo.
The other leaders who accompanied the president William Ruto includes the former Turkana governor Hon Josephat Nanok, cabinet secretary for foreign affairs and diaspora Dr Alfred Mutua, interior cabinet secretary professor Kithure Kindiki among other leaders. The leaders agreed to work together so that peace can be restored in Democratic Republic Of Congo.
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