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Why Uhuru went to chair UN Security Council, State House elaborates

State House has explained why President Uhuru Kenyatta went to chair the UN Security Council session. The session on Diversity, State Building and Peace was chaired by the Kenyan president by virtue of the country’s position as non-permanent member of the United Nation Security Council.

Kenya grabbed the non-permanent membership of the top UN organ on January, 01 2021, and its membership is valid for two years. The rotational monthly presidency of the council fell on Kenya on October 2021.

In a dispatch on its official website, State House relayed the information that was received from Kenya’s permanent Representative to the United Nation Security Council Martin Kimani

According to State House report, Kimani stated that the Council is meant to “offer ideas and solutions to global peace and security in areas such as the Horn of Africa and the embattled Sahel area”.

He further added that Kenya was recommending “new innovations on how to tackle specific conflict”.

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