The President noted that the devolved units of administration are at the centre of Kenya’s development.He pledged to work closely with counties and “scale up our partnership”, particularly in agriculture, security, health and housing.
The President called on the US to take advantage of Africa’s huge population, the prospects under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) and green energy potential in Africa to drive prosperity on a global scale.
President Ruto said his proposal to Parliament last week, asking the two houses to make the NG-CDF a constitutional institution is meant to secure the development of education in the country. He said CDF has facilitated the construction of many schools and offered bursaries for tens of thousand...
President Ruto is scheduled to attend a business forum where he will market Kenya as a suitable investment destination for foreign investors.The visit is also expected to open up job opportunities for tech-savvy youth in both countries.
The regional office will expand and enhance the foundation's work in healthcare, agriculture and ICT in Kenya.Bill Gates was speaking after a meeting with President William Ruto at State House, Nairobi, on Wednesday.President Ruto on his part lauded the foundation for its work and impact in Kenya.
President Ruto said the police are well-resourced and independent to execute their mandate.He also asked the Inspector General and the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) to work together.
President Ruto said this will ensure efficiency, stop pilferage and secure access for all Kenyans, especially those at the bottom of the wealth pyramid.He noted that it was time Africa supplemented rain-fed agriculture with irrigation to tame food shortage.
The President said the era of lawlessness in many parts of the country will come to an end following reforms being implemented by the Government in the security sector.He said this state of lawlessness has denied millions of Kenyans the opportunity to benefit from the country’s economic development,...
The President said Kenya is concerned about climate change and its impact on the country as a whole, and in particular the arid and semi-arid regions in particular.He said the Government was in the final stages of designing a Special Presidential Forestry and Rangeland Restoration Acc...