President Uhuru Kenyatta hosted a meeting yesterday, 17th January 2022 in state house. This was during a banquet held in honour of visiting Hungarian president Janos Ader.
While the meeting's finer specifics have not been made public, Gideon Moi, Moses Wetangula, Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo Musyoka were all present. This is according to a dispatch from Presidential Strategic Communication Unit (PSCU).
The meeting comes after meeting comes days after the OKA principals refused to attend a meeting on 13th January at state house, despite being invited.
During yesterday's night dinner meeting, president Uhuru Kenyatta fully supported Raila's presidential bid. This showed that he will be rallying OKA behind the Azimio La Umoja Movement.
Uhuru praised the strong ties that exist between Kenya and Hungary. He lamented on low trade volumes despite the commercial potential. He also revealed that Kenya was counting on Hungary's help to unlock the East African Community_European Union Economic Partnership Agreement.
The Hungarian president Janos Ader on the other hand, praised Uhuru's government for it's commitments to improving lives of Kenyans. He also expressed hope that the current development pace will continue beyond Uhuru's term.
Stay tuned for more updates.
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