President Ruto, Ghanian Leader Akuffo Ado Meet at the Climate Summit Sidelines

1 min read

Kenya will leverage on its long-standing and warm relations with Ghana to increase its tea and horticultural products exports.

This is according to President William Ruto after meeting Ghanian Head of State Nana Akuffo Ado on the sidelines of the Africa Climate Summit currently underway in Nairobi.

”Under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), we will also collaborate to pursue investment opportunities in agriculture and energy for our mutual prosperity,” President Ruto tweeted.

The first African Climate Summit is opening with heads of state and others asserting a stronger voice on a global issue that affects the continent of 1.3 billion people the most, even though they contribute to it the least.

More than a dozen heads of state of African countries are attending the first African Climate Summit as the continent seeks to assert a stronger voice on a global existential problem which it contributes the least.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Story

African Youth Climate Assembly (AYCA) Sets Ambitious Agenda in Nairobi

Next Story

CS Namwamba Unveils First Talent Academy Under Talanta Hela Initiative

Latest from Blog