According to reports, President Uhuru has headed to DRC on a three-day im which will be his first state visit to the country which has been experiencing political instability in the last decade.
During his three stays, the head of state will try to improve Kenya's ties with the country and ensure bilateral relations between the two coexist and develops.
"PRESIDENT KENYATTA arrives in DRC for his first State visit to the country. Three-day tour to centre on strengthening business ties. " Nation Africa.
This is will be a huge win for Uhuru's if he manages to advance Kenya's interests abroad and help it grow economically and recover from the devastating effects of COVID-19.
This is the best legacy Uhuru can leave once his term ends August next year, living in a country well connected internationally.
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