By Spy Uganda
President William Ruto is already in the skies heading to Rwanda for a two-day state visit where he is expected to hold bilateral talks with President Paul Kagame.
Regional trade, security and food situation in the East African Community are expected to dominate talks between Ruto and his host, Kagame.
According to Hussein Mohamed, Kenya’s State House Spokesperson, President Ruto is heading to Kigali on the invitation of President Kagame.
“The Two Heads of State are expected to deliberate on areas of mutual interest and cooperation, including the Northern Corridor integration projects, food security, innovation and ICT, health and education,” Mohamed said in his statement dated Tuesday, April 4.
The visit is expected to enhance trade and commerce cooperation within the East Africa Community (EAC) and the African continent at large, said Mohamed.
The security situation in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) will also form part of the talks.