President William Ruto immediately flew from Uganda to Tanzania where he is scheduled to be for the next two days on an official state visit.
Picture courtesy. President Ruto in Tanzania.
The President had earlier on visited Uganda to attend the 60th Independence Day Celebrations where President Samia Suluhu of Tanzania was inconspicuously missing.
President William Ruto, has toured several East African nations since he assumed office over the past few days as per the reports that we have.
This evening, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from State House Kenya, President William Ruto arrived in Tanzania accompanied by First Lady Mama Rachel Ruto where they were received.
The President is set to hold talks with Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu over so many issues affecting the two nations.
Here is the statement from State House Kenya that has gotten Kenyans talking, "Kenya is very keen on exploring new ways of expanding business opportunities as well as increasing trade volumes with its neighbor Tanzania.
Tanzania is a very strategic partner in the East Africa Community region and has been Kenya’s second largest export destination after Uganda in the region of East Africa."
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