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Uhuru meets Obama at White House

 By PSCU
President Uhuru Kenyatta Wednesday met President Barack Obama at the White House where they had dinner together with other African Heads of States who are in the United States for a summit.


President Obama together with First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed President Kenyatta and posed for a photograph with him in the Blue Room inside the White House.
Obama said he was keen to strengthen his country’s ties with Africa and added that he was proud of his links with Africa.
“And I stand before you as the President of the United States and a proud American. I also stand before you as the son of a man from Africa,” he said.
Before arriving for the dinner, President Kenyatta held a meeting with the US Secretary of State John Kerry to discuss the conflict in South Sudan.

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