Kenyatta calls for establishment of framework for better cooperation with Britain


You might never be able to erase the memories of British prime minister Theresa May dancing with reckless abandon.

President Uhuru Kenyatta is this weekend expected to travel to China where he will attend the China-Africa forum that will take place from September 1st to 5th. "But to partner with those who are willing to come along with us", said President Kenyatta.

Following Kenyatta-Trump meeting, the White House said a deal for construction of Sh300 billion expressway between Nairobi and Mombasa by American engineering firm Bechtel had been agreed.

"The UK continues to support the commitment of the courageous Kenyan soldiers fighting in Somalia against al-Shabaab and I will announce a new package of funding to support the African Union mission in Somalia", she said.

"The UK's already the largest foreign investor in Kenya". There was a specific emphasis on fighting al Shabaab terrorists.

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He wrote: "yes, Theresa May looks like a idiot dancing, but that's not the most unpleasant part of Africa trip. trying to use aid spending as part of Brexit trade plans is grosser. privatisation won't help tackle poverty or inequality".

In Nigeria on Wednesday, May met with President Muhammadu Buhari and oversaw the signing of a security partnership agreement and establishment of an economic development forum.

It comes after only two days after May got low, low, low in South Africa, where she also danced.

Others suggested more drastic measures.