Kagame in Kenya for Kenyatta inauguration

By IGIHE
On 28 November 2017 at 09:15

President Paul Kagame is in Kenya to attend the inauguration ceremony of his counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta and Vice-president William Ruto swearing in ceremony slated this Tuesday.

“President Kagame arrives in Kenya to attend President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta’s Inauguration ceremony,” reads Office of the President’s tweet.

Recently, the government of Kenya announced that 11 heads of states will attend the ceremony.

Foreign Affairs Minister of Kenya said that 13 presidents will delegate their vice-presidents, special envoy or ministers.

Other heads of states who will attend include, Israel Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, Ian Khama of Botswana, John Pombe Magufuli of Tanzania, Edgar Lungu of Zambia, Ismaïl Omar Guelleh of Djibouti, Hage Geingob of Namibia, Faure Gnassingbé of Togo, Mohamed Farmajo wa Somalia, and Ethiopia Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn.

Senegal, China and Japan will delegate special envoys whereas South Africa, United Kingdom, Ukraine and India will delegate ministers.

President Kenyatta and his Vice-president William Ruto will be swearing in for their second term following the re-run elections win of 26th October 2017.

President Uhuru Kenyatta waving at the crowd gathered at the swearing-in ceremony of his Rwandan counterpart; President Kagame
President Uhuru Kenyatta had attended the Swearing-in ceremony of President Kagame with his wife Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta
President Kagame and his family bidding goodbye President Kenyatta and his wife after his Swearing-in Ceremony

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Nteziryayo james 29-11-2017 à 09:37

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Godfrey 29-11-2017 à 08:04

Hello people (Igihe.com),
I would like to thank you for the great work your doing. It’s really amazing but, am always wondering if there is no way you can use exact footage of occasions in your reports. I do have very many examples where you use past posts like photos to report current news e.g, the cover photo on this exact article is not really. It is of some many months ago.

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