President Uhuru arrives in Botswana for State visit


President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived in Botswana Monday and was received with a 21 guard salute and a full guard of honour at the airport.

The President arrived at the Sir Seretse Khama International Airport, Gaborone, shortly after 11.00 a.m., where he was received formally by his host, President Ian Khama at the start of the three—day state visit.

During his visit, President Kenyatta will hold meetings with President Khama to discuss bilateral and regional issues.

Key among the issues the two Presidents will discuss include trade and economic ties between Kenya and the southern African country that will encompass industry and manufacturing, mining and tourism.

The two Heads of State will address the 2nd Botswana–Kenya Business Seminar, which aims to exploit existing trade potential between the two countries.

President Kenyatta will also address the Kenyan diaspora in Botswana before returning to Nairobi.



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