June 18, 2024

Ruto meets Former US President Obama

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Ruto meets Former US President Obama

President Ruto meets Former US leader Barak Obama in Washington DC during his state visit

President Ruto meets Former US leader Barak Obama in Washington DC during his state visit.

William Ruto on Thursday held talks with former U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C.

The two leaders exchanged views on democratic developments, climate, and peace and security challenges in Africa.

According to a post-meeting statement from President Ruto, the discussions were highly productive and covered a wide range of topics, including democratic developments, climate change, and peace and security challenges across Africa.

President Ruto termed it a “productive engagement”.

“We reviewed opportunities available to Africa’s young and dynamic demographic in tech, innovation, higher and technical education,” said President Ruto.

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Ruto and Obama emphasized the importance of capitalizing on the demographic dividend by expanding opportunities in technology, innovation, and education.

“We reviewed opportunities available to Africa’s young and dynamic demographic in tech, innovation, higher and technical education,” President Ruto noted. 

They also exchanged ideas on how Kenya and Africa can leverage on U.S. institutions and technological capacity to advance its interests.

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