Kenya committed to bilateral relations with Namibia

08 Jun 2015 16:50pm
WINDHOEK, 08 JUN (NAMPA) – Kenyan Cabinet Secretary for Information, Communication and Technology, Fred Matiangi has praised the existing bilateral relationship that his country enjoys with Namibia.
Matiangi made the remark when he paid a courtesy call on President Hage Geingob here on Monday
“President (Uhuru) Kenyata is very committed to fostering and strengthening the relationship between Kenya and Namibia and looks forward to cordial, prosperous and very active engagement at bilateral level and also at Africa Union (AU) level” he said.
Matiangi noted that leaders of Namibia drew a lot of inspiration from Kenya’s struggle for independence, adding that his government regards Namibia as a valuable partner to their own development.
“We work together very well under the AU framework. We have a lot of Kenyans who are interested in doing business in Namibian and we have a lot of Namibian people who are interested in doing business in Kenya.
'Therefore our two governments have a responsibility to do everything we can to ensure that the relationships are strengthened” he noted.
The Kenyan special envoy, who told members of the media that he was in the country to deliver an undisclosed message to Geingob of behalf of the Kenyan president, left for Kenya the same day.