22 November 2017

Kenya: President Kenyatta Causes Stir as He Walks to Meeting at Treasury

Photo: Nairobi News
President Uhuru Kenyatta walks to Harambe House.
press release

Nairobi — President Uhuru Kenyatta today caused a stir in Nairobi streets as he walked from his office in Harambee House to the the National Treasury building located along Harambee Avenue.

Enthusiastic Kenyans jostled to greet the President with a few individuals managing to shake hands with the Head of State.

At the Treasury, the President held a meeting with his economic team as part of his consultations before he outlines his plan to continue the country on its growth trajectory.

The President is due to outline his economic transformation plan when he addresses the nation on Tuesday.

Today's meeting was the third time the President was meeting with the economic team in the last three weeks. The meetings started after he won re-election in the October 26th repeat poll that was ordered by the Supreme Court.

The President has already been briefed on energy and water sectors in previous meetings with the economic team.

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