A few weeks after attending the queen funeral and a global conference in the United States of America President William Samoei Ruto has just taken off for another international tour.
The head of state traveled to Ethiopia this morning with a group of prominent dignitaries to attend crucial bilateral talks with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
In addition it is anticipated that he would introduce Safaricom to Ethiopia as the telecommunications company looks to expand internationally.
Honorable Oscar Kipchumba Sudi, a member of parliament for the Kapseret seat who was just re-elected on a UDA ticket, was among the leaders who accompanied President Ruto to this event.
Aden Duale, a Garissa Township MP and Davis Chirchir a cabinet secretary nominee for energy were also on the list of travelers visiting Ethiopia with the president.The other is Monica Juma a former national security advisor and cabinet secretary for defense under the Jubilee administration.
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