Recently, President Uhuru Kenyatta visited Ethiopia and held discussions with the Ethiopian Prime Minister, that rotated around monetary advancements between the two nations. As per State House, the president was joined by bureau secretaries Raychelle Omamo-Foreign issues and Joe Mucheru-ict.
They likewise Revealed that the president was gotten at Bole global air terminal by his host, Ethiopian Prime Minister DR. Abiy Ahmed.
Today, His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta held a high profile meeting after getting back to Kenya from Ethiopia.
He facilitated six diplomats at State House from various nations, where he was given tributes.
The six represetatives and magistrates were as of late shipped off address their nations in Kenya. The Head of State was joined at the gathering by Joseph Kinyua, the Head of Public Service and Ambassador Macharia Kamau, the Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary.
They talk about a heap of issues remembering their condition of the nations for exchange, economies, effect of Coronavirus and other numerous issues.
The three chiefs invited the six envoys and wish them well in their undertakings as they attempt to connect Kenya and their nations.
This came before his excellency drove his approach to Narok area where he was gotten by inside bureau secretary, Fred Matiangi' .
He is assume to obliterate all the recuperates counterfeit guns which was gathered by the cops from the hoodlums who claimed the guns unlawfully.
The Head of State talked at the Regional Police Traffic Training Center in Ngong in Kajiado on Wednesday while burning down 5, 144 illicit little arms and light weapons.
A dominant part of the unlawful guns were willfully given up by the public who regarded Government pardon offers, and through the industriousness of Kenya' s security offices.
Most of the weapons recuperated, as indicated by the Head of State, seemed to have been collected locally at home.
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