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Activist notices and points out alarming hidden fact about Ruto’s sitting position in leaked White House photo of African presidents watching World Cup with Biden

by Joshua Wanga
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As president William Ruto counts some of the achievements that he has managed to bag in his Washington DC trip, there now appears to be a stain on his record following the latest revelation from an activist.

Youth Activist and Social Media Strategist Captain Dominic Omondi noted in a photo which he shared online that Kenya’s president William Ruto was missing when all other African presidents were watching the World Cup semifinal match between France and Morocco. He argued that this would have helped him build talents in football. His tweet read,
Captain Dominic Omondi
@CaptainDominicO
Where was President Ruto when other African Presidents were watching France vs Morocco Game with US President Biden? This was epic he should not miss moments like this, Ruto handlers should be questioned. This is how Presidents get inspired to build talents in football.

Nevertheless, despite this shortcoming parties at the convention agreed to work with Kenya to advance space technology and collaborate on the establishment of robust creative industries.

Kenya also secured commitments in the areas of climate innovations, carbon removal collaborations and carbon trading technologies, with the Rockefeller Foundation committing to making the country a clean energy destination.
“There was also commitment on mobilising the network to extend research for the ethical and responsible deployment of ocean-based carbon dioxide reduction as well as on direct air capture, carbon products, and waste to energy solutions,” read a statement from State House Spokesperson Hussein Mohamed.

Further, it was agreed that Kenya will host the Kauffman Fellow Africa Venture Capital Summit in September 2023, bringing 300 of the world’s top venture capitalists to Nairobi.

The President also secured commitment by Visa to support Kenya’s Financial Inclusion Fund (Hustler Fund), e-commerce growth, government digitisation and e-government initiative.
On Monday, the Head of State said the Hustler Fund had gained15.4 million subscribers and had lent out Sh7.54 billion, accumulating savings of close to Sh400 million in 12 days with Sh1.2 billion already repaid.
The President also addressed the summit on “partnering in Agenda 2063” and specifically on a peaceful and secure Africa.

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