President William Ruto is today expected to attend the same meeting with Uhuru Kenyatta on matters the ongoing peace process in DRC Congo. The president will attend the meeting which will happen in Nairobi where Uhuru is the facilitator. Others expected in the meeting is Evariste Ndayishimiye, DRC Prime Minister and UN and AU representatives.
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This is the first time president Ruto will be attending the same meeting with Uhuru Kenyatta since he was sworn in an the president of Kenya. It's clear that Uhuru Kenyatta has kept off politics and instead focused on the peace process in DRC Congo.
President Ruto has expressed of his desire to lead the transformation of the country of DRC Congo from war to peace. Ruto is also focused on ensuring that issues that matter to Kenyans take precedent.
The former president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to chair the peace meeting as the lead negotiator. It's expected that after this meetings, different parties will come together and declare peace because that's what East Africa expects.
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