It's no secret that the diplomatic relationship between Kenya and Tanzania was not the best until recently when President Samia Suluhu visited the country. During her trip to Kenya, Samia held several meetings with Uhuru and also had the opportunity to address the Kenyan Parliament.
Samia reiterated the importance of improving the diplomatic relationship between Kenya and Tanzania in a bid to boost trade between the two sister countries.
The two Presidents instructed their Ministers to ensure that all non-tax barriers are removed at the border to allow a business to thrive and ensure traders enjoy working in both countries.
Earlier today President Samia revealed that her visit to Kenya has already bored fruits with traders enjoying tremendous success. According to Samia, business has improved by six times since the meetings in Kenya. She is now looking to do the same with Uganda.
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