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Balozi wa Uganda nchini Kenya arudi kwao.

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    Exaud J. Makyao JF-Expert Member

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    Nimesikia tetesi kwamba balozi wa Uganda Nchini Kenya amerejea Uganda.
    Je! Sabu za kuondoka zina uhusiano na mgogoro kati ya Kenya na Uganda kuhusu kisiwa cha Migingo?
    Yeyote mwenye habari zaidi naomba atujulishe.
     
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    KAMALIZA MDA WAKE SIO UNAVYOFIKIRIA,

    KBC May 25, 2009


    [​IMG]Caption: Kibaki was addressing a delegation of leaders from the three districts of Samburu East, North and Central who paid him a courtesy call on Monday at his Harambee House office.


    President Mwai Kibaki has advised pastoral communities to embrace dialogue in resolving disputes.
    President Kibaki said elders should come up with homegrown solutions that would ensure vices such as cattle rustling are stopped and neighbouring communities co-exist peacefully.
    The President was addressing a delegation of leaders from the three districts of Samburu East, North and Central who paid him a courtesy call on Monday at his Harambee House office.
    "Dialogue is the best way of ensuring that disputes between neighbouring communities are resolved once and for all," President Kibaki said.
    The President, at the same time, cautioned leaders from neighbouring communities against inciting wananchi to engage in hostilities.
    The Head of State called on the leaders to work closely with the Provincial Administration and security personnel in ensuring that security is maintained at all times, adding that no development can be realized in the absence of peace and security.
    Responding to requests from the Samburu delegation, President Kibaki assured them that the Government will continue implementing projects that will help improve the lives of wananchi in the area.
    The Head of State singled out rehabilitation of roads, construction of dams, extension of the rural electrification program, improvement of health facilities and promotion of education as some of the projects that the Government has earmarked for implementation in the wider Samburu region.
    Speaking during the meeting, the leaders who were led by Assistant Minister Simeon Lesrima and Member of Parliament Raphael Letimalo and nominated Member of Parliament Mrs. Maison Leshomo, thanked President Kibaki for ensuring that the wider Samburu region is not left behind in development.
    Other speakers included Internal Security Minister Prof. George Saitoti and the Rift Valley Provincial Commissioner Hassan Noor Hassan among others.
    Meanwhile, President Kibaki at State House, Nairobi bid farewell to three outgoing envoys who have completed their tour of duty in the country.
    The first to make the farewell call on President Kibaki was outgoing Uganda High Commissioner to Kenya Brig (rtd) Matayo Kyaligonza.
    During Brig Kyaligonza's tour of duty in Kenya he witnessed the allocation of land to the Government of Uganda in Mombasa for construction of a dry port dock.
    The Government of Kenya similarly acquired a prime piece of land in Kampala for the construction of Kenya High Commission offices.
    Next to make the farewell call on President Kibaki was outgoing ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia H.E. Nabeel Khalaf Ashour.
    During his tour of duty in the country Amb Ashour strengthened ties between the two countries and encouraged more Saudi international investors to visit the country among them Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal Bin Abdul Aziz who donated One Million US dollars towards the relief operations in the country and a further Shs 40 million to build schools in Arid and Semi-Arid areas in the country.
    Kenya has also benefited from other numerous projects being funded by the Saudi Fund for Development such as Garissa Water Supply, Kiambere Hydro-Electric Power Project and Nairobi Water Supply Project II.
    Also to make the farewell call on the President was outgoing High Commissioner of Pakistan H.E. Iftikhar A. Arain.
    Trade ties between Kenya and Pakistan were greatly enhanced during the tour of duty by the outgoing envoy.
    Pakistan is one of the largest importers of Kenyan tea.

    The outgoing envoys thanked President Kibaki, the Government and people of Kenya for the immense support they received that enabled their tour of duty in the country to be successful.President Kibaki wished the envoys success in their future endeavours.
     
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