According to the close ally of the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta, the two discussed issues relating to the relationship between the United States of America and the Republic of Kenya.
"Received the acting @USAmbKenya, Charge d’Affaires Eric Kneedler at Capitol Hill Square, Nairobi. Our discussion touched on the US-Kenya ties under the Biden administration; the Covid-19 pandemic and the envisaged constitutional reforms in our Country." Raila Odinga https://t.co/va3xstFPny
The also discussed how the new administration of president Joe Biden would benefit the country in terms of the growth and development of the nation.
Another issues discussed between the two is the novel Corona virus pandemic that has currently adversely affected the nation in terms of economic development since there are several restrictions that hamper the development of the country.
The Building Bridges Initiative report was also discussed between the two where Raila Odinga briefed the foreign envoy on the contents of the proposed constitution reforms under the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2021.
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