Today there was an high profile meeting in State House that saw the President hold talks with Dr Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Al-Khulaifi, the special Envoy of Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar.
The meeting was centered at bringing a long lasting Stability in Eastern Democratic of Congo.
The meeting has brought to light some changes that have taken place inside State House since Ex President Kenyatta's exit.
It's just recently when reports emerged that President Ruto had done some renovations to the highest office in the land which is set to host him throughout his remaining tenure as Kenya's President. According to the Reports and images, the tarmac at the compound of State House was replaced with Cabro bricks.
Similarly, Ruto's meeting today also revealed some changes in within State House. For instance, in the meeting room where talks were held, it emerged that the light navy blue carpet used by President Kenyatta has been replaced with a dark navy blue one.
(Past Photo of Ex President Kenyatta holding a meeting)
This are just some of the changes that have been witnessed in State House since former President Kenyatta's exit.
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