Today in the morning, reports have emerged that the president of the republic of Kenya, Dr William Samoe Ruto has landed in the country after his two-day busy to Egypt. Upon landing in the country, Ruto went ahead to hold a high profile meeting at State house Nairobi.
As seen from a live video that is currently being shared by the Nation Africa, Ruto is currently hosting the president of South Africa, hon Cyril Ramaphosa. Ramaphosa who is the current the president of south africa arrived in the country today in the morning. He was welcomed by Dr Alfred Mutua and Salim Mvurya.
This will be the first meeting between president William Samoe Ruto and Ramaphosa after being elected as the president. The last time when Ramaphosa visited Kenya was during president Uhuru Kenyatta's regime. He will now hold bilateral talks with Ruto where they will likely sign some agreements after the meeting. Click on this link to watch the https://www.facebook.com/nation/videos/518979086503578/?flite=scwspnss&mibextid=mEoWueXCwx6gMS3g.
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