President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Wednesday affirmed the country’s commitment to her international partners.
The Head of State was speaking from State House where he promised that the country will continue to strengthen her diplomatic ties with the rest of the world.
“President Uhuru Kenyatta today affirmed Kenya’s commitment to her international partners saying the country will continue cultivating strong diplomatic ties.” said State House
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He was speaking as he received credentials from eleven new ambassadors in an event attended by Foreign Affairs CS Raychelle Omamo and PS Macharia Kamau.
President Uhuru Kenyatta noted the efforts of international partners in enabling him achieve his Big 4 agenda as he expressed optimism of the country bouncing back from economic slowness caused by COVID-19.
“The Head of State attributed some of Kenya’s recent successes especially in the roll out of Big 4 Agenda programs to the support the country continues to receive from its international partners.
While presenting their credentials to President Kenyatta, the incoming ambassadors delivered greetings from their countries and assured of their commitment to the deepening of ties between Kenya and their home nations.” said State House.