Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has today evening hosted visiting United Nations deputy secretary general Amina Mohammed at his Harambee Annex office, Nairobi.
The two leaders and their delegation discussed drought situation in the Horn of Africa.
The second in command appealed for united nations support in mobilizing humanitarian support to save lives of the people of Horn of Africa and increase their livelihoods.
" I was happy to receive Ms Amina J. Mohammed the deputy secretary general of the United Nations who paid a courtesy call on me. We held talks on the drought situation in the Horn of Africa and particularly Kenya. I appealed for the support of the United Nations in mobilizing humanitarian support to save lives of the people and increase livelihoods" posted deputy president Rigathi Gachagua on his official Facebook page.
Mr. Rigathi Gachagua is scheduled to hold a consultative meeting with development partners and Governors from drought affected counties tomorrow at his Harambee Annex office.
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