Dadaab constituency member of Parliament Hon Farah Maalim of the Wiper Democratic Movement party which is under Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party, has weighed in on President William Ruto's foreign travels since he took over the presidency from Uhuru Kenyatta.
Taking to his social media pages, the former Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly suggested that the head of state should make efforts to visit Somali's Mogadishu, Khartoum and Asmara.
He noted that the president should spearhead integration of the Horn of Africa adding that the region has got more potential than the Oversees.
According to Maalim, the people of Horn of Africa are capable of making the region a first world in two decades.
"Ruto’s next destinations must be Mogadishu, Asmara & Khartoum to spearhead integration of HOA. Region has maximum potential to be the envy GCC, EU, NAFTA& ASEAN." He posted on his social media pages
"We have everything it takes to turn HOA into a First World in two decades. Common security & economic integration key." He added.
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