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President Ruto jets back with Major Deals

President Willam Ruto jetted back into the country on Sunday after having six days in the United States after finalizing his US objective of attending an African leaders summit that bagged him important deals.

The head of state was among more than fifty African leaders who attended the summit with the major agenda being expanding and revitalizing cooperation between the Biden government and African countries. The summit commenced on 13th December.

While addressing the press, the statehouse press secretary, Emmanuel Talam confirmed that the President will be back today evening.

"He is returning today evening," the state press secretary told the media.

While in the state, the President was able to bag some partnerships with World Bank on several economic projects in the nation. It also includes climate innovations and carbon removal.

“Kenya will intensify its engagement with the World Bank on the country's development priorities,” Ruto said Thursday after a meeting with World Bank President David Malpass.

Azimio la Umoja party leader was also among the leaders who are in attendance at the African summit but He still expected to stay there for a while.

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