Uhuru Stops Motorcade, Keeps Aide Waiting for 45 Minutes


President Uhuru Kenyatta he stopped his caravan in the middle after leaving the White House to Ardhi House on Tuesday, April 27 where he launched a digital land news platform.

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Uhuru stopped his assistants and waited for 45 minutes while he was working unintentionally.

The president had received a call from the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the two spoke for about an hour.

In their talks, the President and the Prime Minister discussed a number of issues of mutual interest, including the International Conference on Education in which Kenya and the United Kingdom will co-operate in July 2021.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.


Through the Summit, Kenya and the UK aim to raise $ 5 billion (Ksh539.5 Billion) the amount needed to get 175 million children in schools worldwide.

Kenyatta and Boris Johnson talked more about Kenya-UK cooperation in the war against Covid-19, climate change, and regional security and peace.

“In Covid-19, the President and the Prime Minister discovered new collaborative approaches including research on recognizing new viral mutations and accelerating access to vaccines.

“President Kenyatta and Prime Minister Johnson expressed their concern over the political situation in Somalia, and decided to work more closely through the UN Security Council, the Commonwealth, and other international forums to ensure peace and stability in the region. “The palace said.

On climate change, the President and the Prime Minister exchanged notes before the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in November 2021 and explored opportunities for cooperation in areas such as renewable energy where Kenya is a story of African success. .

Before attending the Glasgow summit, Boris and Liberty will meet again with US President Joe Biden a meeting of unique world leaders The event will take place between Thursday, April 22, and Friday, April 23. Liberty was among 40 world leaders invited to the Climate Leaders Summit, which will be broadcast live.

After his phone call with the British Prime Minister, Uhuru was later escorted to the Land House, the headquarters of the Ministry of Lands where he launched the National Land Information Management System. The system is expected to speed up land operations and eliminate fraud and corruption.

Ardhi House will conduct its business online and will no longer accept land title deeds in the Nairobi Registration.

“The full release of the program will facilitate the resolution of historic land disputes and ensure the security and integrity of your land tenure title,” Uhuru assured.


President Uhuru Kenyatta at the National Geographic Statistics Center in Nairobi County where he led the official launch of the National Land Information Management System (NLIMS) on Tuesday, April 27, 2021



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