President Muhammadu Buhari will leave Abuja Wednesday on a three-day state tour to Kenya. The tour is aimed at enhancing bilateral and trade ties with Kenya. This is contained in a statement made by Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media & Publicity on Tuesday, January 26.
On arrival in Kenya, President Buhari will join his host, President Uhuru Kenyatta and other dignitaries at a memorial service for Kenyan soldiers who were killed by Al-Shabaab in Somalia on January 15.
After the memorial service in Eldoret, President Buhari will proceed to Nairobi for bilateral talks on Thursday with Kenyan Government officials led by President Kenyatta.
Before the conclusion of his visit, President Buhari and President Kenyatta will jointly preside over a Kenya-Nigeria Business Forum in Nairobi. The President’s entourage to Kenya will include the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Finance, and Industry, Trade and Investment.
At the conclusion of his visit to Kenya on Friday, President Buhari will go on to Addis Ababa for the 26th Summit of African Union Heads of State and Government.
President Buhari will also participate in a meeting of the African Union’s Peace and Security Council before returning to Abuja on Sunday, January 31st.