President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Nigerian counterpart Goodluck Jonathan have signed seven agreements that will boost the volume of trade and investment between the two countries that currently stands at below 12 per cent.They signed MOUs on trade and investment; oil and gas;tourism; visa exemption for diplomatic passport holders; conclusion of agreements on double taxation; agriculture, livestock and fisheries; and twinning of cities.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Heads of State Sign Bilateral AgreementsBy Maureen Waruinge, 6 September 2013
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