President Uhuru Kenyatta Confident of US-Kenya Cordial Relations under Trump

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President Uhuru Kenyatta is confident that cordial relations between Kenya and United States will remains under the new President Donald Trump.

On Friday January 20, 2017, Donald Trump was inaugurated and sworn in as the 45th President of the US.

President Kenyatta speaking at Sagana State Lodge, Nyeri, exuded confidence that Kenya expects greater development and continued support from President Trump.

The President noted that Kenya is waiting to see what policy direction Trump’s new administration will takes towards Africa, hoping it will continue to consolidate the good partnership in security and development.

Couple of days ago, Trump fired all US ambassadors abroad appointed by former President Barack Obama including US ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec.

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