In order to discuss issues of continental importance and to promote peace and security along the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Kenya, President William Ruto and his predecessor are presently participating in a joint conference that the African Union has summoned.
Former president Uhuru Kenyatta made an appearance at the gathering with his bodyguard standing firmly behind him as he delivered his presentation to the hundreds of delegates present.
Since the swearing-in and transfer of power that took place a few weeks ago that made William Ruto the new president, this is the former president's first meeting with his former deputy, who is now serving as the president.
While touring the region to assess the situation in the same country, the former president Uhuru shared details of what he saw in Kivu and other areas of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The former head of state has received praise and congratulations from Roto for his efforts to bring peace and stability back to the Congo.
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