NAIROBI – The Chinese Prime Minister, Li Keglang, is to visit Nigeria, Ethiopia, Angola and Kenya for economic development, President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Saturday in Nairobi.
Kenyatta made the disclosure after a meeting with the Chinese Ambassador to Kenya Liu Xianfa, saying the visit to Kenya was crucial for the development of the east African region.
He said Premier Li’s visit was a “game charger” in terms of boosting bilateral relations and development of the region.
“The region requires a strong partner that will not only support it in economic ventures but also in peace settlement,’’ the Kenyan President said .
It has also become Kenya’s biggest foreign direct investments source.(Xinhua/NAN)