President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on the international community to support regional efforts in stabilising Somalia, South Sudan and other African countries.
Uhuru made the call when he gave a speech at the 70th United Nations General Assembly annual debate in New York on Monday evening.
President Kenyatta’s speech went big on Kenya’s determination to continue playing its role in fostering stability in the region as well as enhancing its international responsibility in improving global cooperation for the improvement of humanity.
The President rallied world leaders to take more concrete steps to support the restoration of stability in Somalia and South Sudan as well as other countries affected by instability.
Source : TheStar