For the better part of last week, president William Ruto was away of the country. First attending the Queen's Funeral in the UK and then proceeding to New York for the United Nations General Assembly Meeting. Ruto used the opportunities to meet and hold talks with various heads of state and other leaders of word wide non governmental organizations.
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Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania are all located in East Africa, and they get along great with each other thanks to their shared border. Gaining independence in the early 1960s paved the way for these countries to begin rebuilding and reestablishing themselves. Both countries share a freshwater lake and have commonalities such as their status as former British possessions.
The president elect William Ruto arrived in Nairobi Statehouse under extreme tight security immediately after his Swearing-In. However, today the president was not accompanied by his predecessor rather he arrived with his wife the First Lady Rachel Ruto and bodyguards. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/KBCChannel1/status/1569679738112720897?s=20&t=euU7ScVkYxCMfSWEOw7X7w
Nairobi Statehouse has revealed of what president Ruto will be doing in Uganda other than attending the independence day. According to Statehouse, the president has left for Uganda early so that he can hold talks with the president Yoweri Museveni more so on matters bilateral agreements and trade.
PHOTO: President Uhuru. Source: Standardmedia.co.ke After the long wait of President Uhuru's speech, Kenyans on Twitter have expressed their discontent following the same. Uhuru who was addressing the nation while at Nairobi Statehouse has announced an agreement between Kenya Civil Association Authority and Google Loon, in a move that will enable the commercial roll-out of a 4G network in Kenya. Kenyans say that they expected the president to address issues such as continuous supply of food, way forward for
President Ruto's schedule in Uganda, besides attending the independence day celebration, has been made public by the Nairobi Statehouse. Statehouse claims that the president traveled to Uganda early so that he could speak with President Yoweri Museveni specifically about trade and bilateral agreements. President Ruto was supposed to go for Uganda tomorrow, but he was compelled to leave sooner than planned because of the delicate nature of their discussions.
Uhuru on Tuesday hosted the European Council in Nairobi Statehouse.On a video that was posted by the Channel 7 News TV EA the president is seen welcoming the president of the council and later they are seen walking around and later taking photos together.