Kenya: Uhuru and Geingob agree to foster tourism, mining industries

Kenya and Namibia have signed agreements to strengthen essential sectors such as tourism, fisheries and mining.

During their joint press conference at State House, Nairobi, on Friday, Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta said they will strive to encourage political consultation and advance the youth agenda.

President Hage Geingob further said that unity and partnership are important if African countries are to achieve “economic emancipation and eradicate poverty and hunger”.

Mr Geingob arrived in the country today for bilateral talks. He has also been invited to attend the Mashujaa Day celebrations in Kakamega County tomorrow.

Mr Kenyatta applauded his counterpart’s visionary leadership, saying that it is in line with his development agenda for Kenyans.

By Daily Nation

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