According to an update by the deputy president of the Republic of Kenya he hosted a high-profile meeting today at his offices in the company of the cabinet secretary in charge of defence Aden Duale together with ruto's advisor on matters security Monica juma.
Monica juma having landed back into the country after accompanying the head of state President William ruto together with the first lady for the Congo tour which discussed among other things the importance of peace in the area.
According to the update by the deputy president he hosted combatant commander of the American army who is currently in the country for official visit with Kenyan administration.
The deputy president revealed that Kenya is a happy country following the prolong the ties between it and the United States of America which has been a vital partner for Kenya when it comes to matters security and also trade. He promised that Kenya will continue to work closely with the United States.
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