President Uhuru Kenyatta met his United States counterpart Donald Trump on Friday, May 26, in Italy ahead of the G7 Summit to be held in Taormina. As reported early by TUKO.co.ke, the Kenyan leader was set to rub shoulders with some of the most powerful leaders in the world, among them the recently elected Trump. And on Friday, upon arrival in Italy, photos surfaced online showing Uhuru greeting and having a chat with the most powerful man in the world.
Kenya was among four African countries invited to the G7 summit, an exclusive club of countries regarded as the most powerful in the world. The other African nations are Nigeria, Tunisia and Ethiopia.
Reports have now indicated what transpired between Uhuru Kenyatta and US president. They talked about the threat of terrorism in the world as well as corruption and tribalism .
Kenya is regarded highly globally in its efforts to end violent extremism and terrorism, especially its role in eradicating the al-Shabaab terror group based in Somalia.