Uhuru starts one week visit to Los Angeles
World leaders will explore solutions to challenges in financial markets, industry, health, government and education at the summit set for April 26 to 29.
“The conference aspires to increase global empowerment by advancing collaborative solutions in capital, creation of employment and improved health through independent data driven research and innovative policy initiatives,” State House spokesperson Manoah Esipisu said in a statement.
Uhuru will highlight Kenya’s position as one of the fastest growing economies and an attractive foreign investment destination. In sideline meetings, he will seek to attract private investment in infrastructure sectors including telecommunication, energy and transport.
He will also highlight the government’s efforts in enhancing He will also highlight the government’s efforts in enhancing local economy and attracting foreign business and capital in key growth-driven areas.
The conference is a platform for networking and strengthening ties and investment by the estimated million Kenyans living in the US. – See more at: -the-star.co.ke