Yesterday Kenya held talks with Tanzania with an aim to end a long time standoff experience during Magufuli era as the president of Tanzania. The standoff had brought about difficulties in navigating the Tanzania border, which saw drivers spend days before being allowed entry to the country. In the talks Kenya was represented by the sports cabinet secretary Amina Mohamed who acted on behalf of the president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The meeting seem to have ended successfully with the border getting opened. During the conversation, Amina welcomed Suluhu here in Kenya to meet the head of state and also strengthen the bond between the two countries. It was at this time that Suluhu broke to a laughter that left everyone excited. The welcome came as a surprise to the head of state.
If she honor the welcome, it will be her first visit to the country in an official duty and as the head of state. Her tenure in office seem to take a new twist from that of Magufuli. Suluhu has resulted to peaceful ways to stregthen diplomatic relations between the two neighbouring countries unlike Magufuli who used force.
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