Kenya Agrees To Teach DRC How To Run Government

Kenya Agrees To Teach DRC How To Run Government

Kenya-DRC relations have had a major boost since the just concluded election. While visiting Kenya, President Tshisekedi agreed to have DRC send public servants to Kenya for training.

Sources speculate that Kenya's involvement in the concluded elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo was huge. The claim also gets more weight from President Uhuru Kenyatta's presence in the DRC during the inauguration of President Tshisekedi.

Both Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga attended the swearing in in Kinshasa. In the meeting in Nairobi, Raila Odinga was also present giving a glimpse on how close the handshake deal is.

President Kenyatta reiterated that his country is willing to help DRC acquire lasting peace and political stability. The country has a tumultuous past mainly from civil strife and disease.

We will continue to help you achieve peace and stability because we have had similar experience which we can share. Our country has been able to calm down political temperatures through the famous Building Bridges Initiative.

President Kenyatta also said that the two countries will partner in capacity building with Congolese public servants welcome to Kenya's training institutions Kenya School of Government.

The partnership promises to make the countries achieve the dreams of their founding fathers through unity and sharing of ideas.

In trade and industry, a sizeable chunk of DRC's imports enter Kenya through the port of Mombasa before shipping to DRC. This is especially goods destined for Eastern DRC.


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