President William Samoei Ruto today visited South Sudan on his one day State Visit. During his visit he held bilateral talks with President Salva Kiir in Juba. The two countries shares good bilateral relationship including military in boosting security.
President Ruto said Kenya will facilitate cost effective movement of goods from the port of Mombasa to South Sudan. The LAPPSET project in Kenya will greatly link to the two countries in transport sector.
According to the photos shared by citizen tv on Twitter, among the leaders who accompanied the President to South Sudan include Onesmus Kipchumba Murkomen, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Roads and Public works. Josphat Nanok, State House controller was also present among other leaders.
The transport sector is one of the strong economic sector which government has heavily invested in the country. https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1599096786697625600?t=IWzyRu277J5dqk_w08SK1A&s=19
Photo : (Courtesy) President William Ruto and President Salva Kiir during a Meeting in Juba.
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