President William Ruto and the nation's first lady Rachel Ruto are on a two day trip to Tanzania. The trip is alleged by the state that it is meant to create strong regional ties between Kenya and the neighbouring nations. This nations are majorly Uganda, Tanzania, Somali and Rwanda which are our immediate neighbours.
While speaking in Tanzania, president William Ruto Ruto gave his promise of strengthening economic ties between Kenya and Tanzania." Our immediate neighbours, stronger relations is for our own benefits. You have what we your brothers Kenya doesn't have and the vice versa is also true. This will stand in benefit of our own nations and also the entire East Africa community. I am not only speaking for Kenya, but am speaking for all the East African countries that strong regional cooperation will lead to prosperity of our region and our immediate nations. We are ready for any talk that involves economic prosperity." Said President William Ruto.
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