Over time, the president of the republic of Kenya, hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta have been trying to his level best to ensure that his people (Kenyans) gets a good life. He has been doing this through his recent development projects starting with health, transport and education sector. This is part of president Uhuru Kenyatta's ways of achieving his legacy before his retirement.
Now, today, president Uhuru Kenyatta is reported to have done an important thing in USA that will improve the lives of all Kenyans. As reported by the standard digital, Uhuru Kenyatta have signed a trade agreement with USA. According to this publication, this agreement is a private sector agreement and it will boost the trading activities between the two countries.
This means that Kenyans will now get a chance to carry out their trading activities with USA by exporting and importing various goods. By doing so, the lives of the people of Kenya will improve as they will get some profits from these trading activities.
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