Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua is in Gaborone, Botswana, on a four-day working tour that includes speaking at the second Forbes Under 30 Summit Africa.
The DP, who travelled Saturday morning, will represent President William Ruto at the summit on Monday, in the capital, Gaborone.
The summit brings together top youth entrepreneurs in tech, health and science, the creative industry, sports and many other categories.
At the summit, Mr Gachagua will share a panel platform with Namibia's Vice President Nangolo Mbumba and Nigeria's Youth and Sports Development minister Sunday Dare.
Their discussion will revolve around the Africa Rising trajectory, with a focus on their countries' economic and political agenda.
The session wll be moderated by Forbes Africa Managing Editor Renuka Methil.
Mr Gachagua will also hold talks with Botswana's President Mokgweetsi Masisi, focused on strengthening relations between the two countries.
Other Kenyans who will speak at the Forbes summit include Julius Mwale, an industrial entrepreneur and investor in technology, energy, health, retail and construction industries, and Charlot Magayi, the founder and chief executive of Mukuru Clean Stoves.
Ms Magayi is one of the four Kenyans who emerged top in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2022.
The other three Kenyans who scooped top awards in 2022 were comedian Elsa Majimbo, Joan Ruguru Kimani and e-gamer Sylvia Gathoni.
Popular Kenyan band, Sauti Sol, will perform starting Sunday.
The Deputy President travelled with his wife, Dorcas Rigathi, and Diaspora Affairs Principal Secretary Roseline Njogu.
On arrival at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport on Saturday afternoon, they were received by Bostwana's Foreign Affairs minister Lemogang Kwape, the country's Chief of Protocol Benetia Chingapane and Kenya's High Commissioner to Botswana, Mohamed Shidiye.
On Saturday evening, Mr Gachagua met more than 250 Kenyans living in Botswana at Avani Hotel in Gaborone, an event that Mr Shidiye, attended.
The DP encouraged the group to invest back home and said Nairobi will work with Gaborone to improve their stay as per issues raised during the meeting.