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Leaked Information Of 5 Deals Ruto Has Already Secured Duirng US Visit

Six significant transactions that President William Ruto has already negotiated for Kenya will be realized through collaborations with the US government and private investors.

The agreements were made on December 15 during the US-Africa Leaders' Summit.

While some of the agreements are slated to immediately benefit Kenya, others aim to bring democracy, peace, and stability to Sub-Saharan Africa.

A relationship with the World Bank on numerous economic projects is one of the important agreements.

During a meeting with World Bank President David Malpass on December 15 in Washington, DC, Ruto declared, "Kenya will enhance its engagement with the World Bank on the country development priorities."

In his efforts to bring peace to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the President also attracted a significant collaborator (DRC).

On December 15, the president of Uganda, Paul Kagame of Rwanda, Samia Suluhu of Tanzania, and Evariste Ndayishimiye of Burundi outlined a plan for achieving peace and stability in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

"Finding a long-term solution to the ongoing turmoil in the DRC is in our interest as a region. The President pleaded with the other Heads of State, "We cannot allow the situation to worsen.

One of the first African nations to advance in space technology will be Kenya.

The president made this announcement following his participation in a high-level discussion held by US investors on December 15 at Arizona State University's Thunderbird School of Management.

The partnership between Kenya and the US on climate technologies and carbon reduction was declared at the same meeting.

According to the President, Kenya is one of the best places to invest the plentiful US wealth.

That was due, in part, to its competitive edge due to a developing constitutional democracy and a well-established financial and business ecosystem, according to him.

Last but not least, the President has achieved a significant peace agreement in the Horn of Africa that would help Kenya, a nation whose economy has been harmed by terrorist assaults by Al Shabaab

The President stated on December 15 during a meeting with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, "The United States of America would work with Kenya to guarantee there is peace in the Horn of Africa."

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