Today in the evening, the president of the republic of Kenya, Dr William Ruto Ruto and his wife, Mama Rachel Ruto landed in Kenya a day after he visited the republic of Tanzania.
As the head of state, William Ruto was welcomed back to this country by high profile leaders. As seen from the photos that has been shared online, president William Ruto was welcomed by his deputy,hon Rigathi Gachagua, the Chief of Defence Forces, Dr Robert Kibochi and the majority leader in the national assembly, hon Kimani Ichungwa who is also the member of parliament for Kikuyu constituency in Kiambu county.
While in Tanzania, president Ruto held a meeting with Samia Suluhu where they agreed on various issues. Among them is that Ruto and Suluhu agreed that they are going to build she 100 billion railway line from Dar es Salaam to Mombasa. This line will be used to transport gas. They also agreed to remove all the trade barriers affecting the two countries. Here are some of the photos.
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