President Uhuru Kenyatta today hosted a state luncheon in honour of President Park Guen-Hye of South Korea. In attendance was former Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Mr Moses Wetangula, Senate Minority Leader who attended courtesy of an invitation from President Uhuru.
Kenya and South Korea were scheduled to sign a pact today, that will see the Asian nation put Sh10 billion towards construction of a public research university at Konza Techno City.
The move was part of President Park Geun-hye’s two-day visit to Nairobi that is meant to open the way for Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Kaist) to set shop at Konza.
Extension of the invitation from President Uhuru to Mr. Raila and Wetangula is seen more as a way of mending fences between Jubilee and Cord in order to rid the country off IEBC related protests that has so far seen the death of three people. Delegates from foreign countries have urged the two parties to consider dialogue as an amicable solution so as not to hurt the performance of the economy and also to prevent loss or injury of persons.