Photo Courtesy; Kalonzo Musyoka and EAC Secretary General Peter Mutuku Mathuki in Arusha.
News just in indicates that Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka has leaded in Arusha, Tanzania for official visit as he holds a high profile meeting with East African Community Secretary General Peter Mutuku Mathuki.
According to the information shared by the East African Community through their official Twitter account, the former Vice President of Kenya had a discussion with the EAC Secretary General Peter Mutuku at the EAC headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania, a discussion that centred on regional intergration in East Africa.
"The EAC Secretary General Peter Mathuki held discussions with former Kenyan Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka at the EAC Headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania. The discussions centred on regional integration in East Africa." EAC shared.
The visit comes only a day after East African Legislative Assembly members were sworn into office. Kalonzo's son Kennedy Kalonzo was among the legislatures who were sworn into office.
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