Monday, October 10, 2022 –President William Ruto will not be marking Utamaduni Day in Kenya. Details now emerge.
This is because the head of State flew to the neighbouring Tanzania after his two-day visit in Uganda where he held bilateral talks with Ugandan counterpart, Yoweri Museveni.
President Ruto jetted to TUganda straight from South Africa to meet the regime of Yoweri Museveni following a series of threats from his son, Muhoozi Kainergaba.
“It wouldn’t take us, my army and me, 2 weeks to capture Nairobi,” Kainerugaba tweeted before following the tweets with more other discomforting posts.
This move led to a heavy backlash from around the continent with a larger section of Kenyans urging President Ruto to act quickly.
And yesterday Sunday October 9 night, Ruto landed in Tanzania ahead of his 2-day State tour where he is expected to share talks with President Suluhu.
Statehouse would official make the confirmation that Ruto will be spending another 2 days in Tanzania before he jets back.
“Kenya is keen on exploring ways of expanding business opportunities and increasing trade volumes with Tanzania. Tanzania is a strategic partner in the EAC region and has been Kenya’s second largest export destination after Uganda in East Africa,” partly read the statement.
His meeting with President Suluhu coincides with Kenya’s Utamaduni public Holiday.
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