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What President Ruto And Uhuru Assured The Nation Today Has Left Many Kenyans Commending Them

Today was the first day for the duo to appear in public and they seemed very jovial to meet one another.

The Head met with former president Uhuru Kenya at at Safari Park hotel where they opened the led Nairobi Process on the restoration of peace and security in the Eastern DRC.

President Ruto said Kenya will back the Nairobi Peace Process to bring peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

He assured the people of DRC of Kenya’s unwavering support and determination to stay the course until peace is achieved.

Peace, the President said, is a prerequisite for the region's economic prosperity, including opportunities under the African Continental Free Trade Area.

“We will enhance our bonds of purposive friendship and strategic cooperation for the mutual benefit of our people,” he said.

"Our security and progress is dependent on that of the region. The pursuit of peace is, therefore, an inevitable precondition for our prosperity.”

The President said he was encouraged by progress made in the resolution of the conflict but

“closer cooperation is demanded to effectively counter emerging threats”.

Present were the President of Burundi and Chairperson of the EAC Heads of State Summit @GeneralNeva and the Facilitator of the Nairobi Process former President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Presidents @KagutaMuseveni (Uganda), Felix Tshisekedi (DRC), @SuluhuSamia (Tanzania, through Dr Stergomeana Tax - Minister of Foreign Affairs and East African cooperation), and @Kagame (Rwanda) joined the meeting virtually.

They all committed to working together in restoring peace in DRC.

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