In order to increase Kenyans’ access to trade and investment possibilities, the government is strengthening its diplomatic ties with African nations.
According to President William Ruto, the administration is fostering relationships with other African nations in order to benefit all parties.
The President gave investors assurances that the Government would assist them in accessing investment possibilities throughout the continent while speaking at the ceremonial opening of the Kenyan Embassy in Dakar, Senegal.
The first in Francophone Africa, the Kenyan chancery in Senegal will service the area.
Singoei Arap Korir, the principal secretary for foreign affairs, and Purity Muhindi, the Kenyan ambassador to Senegal, were in the company of President Ruto.
The President made the announcement that Kenya will open an embassy in Rabat, Morocco, later this year at the same event.
He declared, “We will keep pushing the envelope to provide our investors and businesses wider access to markets across Africa.
The head of state emphasized that by 2050, 25% of the world’s population will reside in Africa, necessitating strategic planning on Kenya’s part. Later, he ran into Kenyans residing in Senegal.
The embassy, he continued, will facilitate services and serve as a conduit between the Senegalese and the private sector, He stated.