Uhuru leaves for US-Africa Summit in Washington

What you need to know:

  • Mr Kenyatta is scheduled to address the Corporate Council on Africa which represents some of the major multinational companies in the US including General Electric Ltd, Coca Cola and IBM.  
  • President Kenyatta’s delegation includes Cabinet Secretaries Amina Mohamed (Foreign Affairs and International Trade), Joseph Ole Lenku (Interior and Coordination of National Government), and Henry Rotich (National Treasury).

President Uhuru Kenyatta Sunday afternoon left the country for Washington D.C. for the US-Africa Summit.


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