He has met British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for bilateral talks his second day of the Kenyan leader's official visit to the United Kingdom. The leaders met at Chequers, Prime Minister's official country residence in Buckinghamshire where they are making strong relationship with the two nation by discussing about the deepening of the Kenya and UK historic ties and explored new avenues of bilateral cooperation.
According to Statehouse, in their discussion the President and the Prime Minister were clear that it was necessary to maximise on the benefits of a strategic partnership they signed when the Kenyan leader last visited the UK.
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