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State House Makes Statement Hours After President Ruto Departs For Ethiopia

The President of Kenya, William Ruto, earlier on this morning departed for the Country of Ethiopia where he was scheduled to hold a meeting with the Prime Minister of the Country, known as Abbey Ahmed.

Picture courtesy. President Ruto in Ethiopia.

The President would then later on launch Safaricom in the country after the company successfully acquired the legal rights to operate in the country.

Details had emerged that Safaricom switched on their network in the country a few hours ago for them to start their operations in the East African nation.

This afternoon, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from State House Kenya, they have released a statement of the meeting between President William Ruto and the Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abbey Ahmed.

State House has reiterated the commitment of Kenya to enhance its relations with its neighbors through good business as well as social relations.

The State House statement also clarified that President Ruto has asked the Prime Minister of Ethiopia to consider using the Lamu Port as a home port for the Southern Part of Ethiopia.

The statement, in part, reads, "President William Ruto has said that he will work closely with Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali to reconfigure the two countries’ priorities for the socio-economic prosperity of the nations' people."

Picture courtesy. President Ruto in Ethiopia.

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