The relationship between Kenya president Uhuru Kenyatta and US president Barack Obama is at the top recently. According to a readout of the conversation, they engaged in detailed conversation including Mr Kenyatta’s condolence to the United States for the recent mass shootings in Orlando where more than 45 people died. The condolences were accepted by white house.
“President Obama accepted President Kenyatta’s condolences for the terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida,” read the statement in part.
The leader also had chance to speak about recently closed daadab camp“President Kenyatta reiterated that Kenya will continue to respect the dignity and safety of refugees in Kenya and comply with its international legal obligations. They agreed that the United States and Kenya would work closely together on this issue, to better ensure that the needs of refugees and host communities are met,” the release added.