Former US President Barrack Obama has today arrived in East Africa’s biggest economy, Kenya following a pledge he made in 2015 during his first visit to come back after his last term as President. His two-day visit started Sunday afternoon.
Local media has said that Obama and President Uhuru Kenyatta met shortly after the former’s arrival.
President Kenyatta extended gratitude to President Obama for founding Obama Foundation that produces agents of change, who both leaders said Africa needs them today. Hence, Africa’s most precious resource are the youth, the two leaders have said.
Obama is expected to pay homage to his ancestral land in Siaya County in Western Kenya where his father hails.
He also will preside over the inauguration of the Saiti Kuu project that belongs to the Obama Foundation.