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Why foreign presidents prefer Mudavadi; Ruto

President Ruto praises Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi as he reveals why foreign presidents prefer him.

Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has received praise from President William Ruto, who has stated that he is one of the most devoted public servants.

Speaking on Sunday, February 4, in the Western region, Ruto observed that Musalia has quickly changed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

President Ruto revealed that Mudavadi’s experience and expertise in the docket has won hearts globally.

Ruto informed the crowd that most foreign presidents prefer to meet Mudavadi when he is not traveling abroad for official duties.

“We all agree that we have the best diplomat in Musalia Mudavadi. This is because of how he executes his mandate. When I am a little bit held up, most countries request me to send Musalia Mudavadi because he will perfectly deliver,” Ruto stated.

Mudavadi assumed the role of Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary in October 2023 taking over from Alfred Mutua whose tenure was characterised by controversies.

The Kenya Kwanza banked on Mudavadi’s experience to save the face of the docket which was slowly turning into a nightmare for Kenya.

After taking over the docket, Ruto noted that Mudavadi had sealed several deals including during his recent trip to the US where he secured a deal on the diaspora bond structuring deal which he argued was key to economic transformation.

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“We are working on a secure bond that will offer better returns than interest rates in the source markets for our diaspora remittances,” Mudavadi said.

“The bond will enable the government to diversify its public debt mix, reducing the country’s exposure to costly commercial debt,” he added.

Besides, the US trip, Ruto revealed that he would travel with Mudavadi to Japan to secure several deals for the country. 

The visit will strengthen the friendly relations between Kenya and Japan, built over the past 60 years since the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1963.

Currently, Kenya is the leading recipient of Japanese Official Development Assistance (ODA) in Sub-Saharan Africa. 

This support made up of technical assistance, grant aid, and concessional loans, has benefitted priority areas of bilateral cooperation including economic infrastructure, agriculture, health, education, and environment.

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