Kenya's Uhuru, Nigeria's Buhari talk trade, militants
Feb 01, 2016 Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Nigerian counterpart Muhammadu Buhari recently held bilateral talks in Nairobi.
Addressing reporters after the meeting, President Kenyatta said:
“That kind of solidarity between us as African brothers and sisters sends a very strong message to the enemies of peace, to the enemies of tolerance, that we as Africans stand united in our efforts to defeat this enemy and to ensure that we are able to strongly push and advocate tolerant, democratic, socially just and prosperous societies that are inclusive,”
Both leaders also agreed on promoting trade ties between the two countries and insisted that intra-Africa trade and investment was key to African integration.
Speaking to this effect, President Buhari said:
“We are going to benefit a lot from agriculture in Kenya, that’s why the minister of agriculture and rural development is part of my team here,”