The first in command William Ruto has secretly flew out of the country for a high profile meeting hours after meeting Kakamega leaders and launching development projects in the region. The photos seen online indicate that the first in command has landed safely in Eritrea today.
According to his twitter account today, the first in command has stated that kenya treasures the cordial relations it enjoys with Eritrea and is keen in furthering this co-operation for regional stability and prosperity of the two countries. He further revealed that his main mission in the region is to have bilateral talks between the two countries as they move forward.
However this comes after the first in command William Ruto had made a two day trip to western region where he launched several projects with the leaders as he further promised to keep on working with them. He has further revealed to keep on working with other leaders from different parts of the world and in Kenya too.
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