President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for more mutually beneficial engagements between Kenya and Rwanda. The President said the good relationship that exists between the two countries can be made better and more beneficial through people-to-people interactions.
President Kenyatta spoke at the Rwanda Defence Forces Combat Training Centre in Gabiro, where he addressed top government and private sector officials.
The officials are attending the national leadership retreat where leaders from the Rwandan economy sectors discuss development.
President Kenyatta was on a short visit to Rwanda and he earlier held private talks with his host, President Paul Kagame.
President Kenyatta said that Kenya and Rwanda have achieved much together in recent years, and challenged the people of the two sister countries to engage more.