PRETORIA, South Africa, May 19 – President Uhuru Kenyatta Tuesday morning left Pretoria for Nairobi after a three-day official duty in South Africa.
The plane carrying the Head of State left the Waterkloof Airforce Base, Pretoria, shortly after 9.15am, Kenyan time.
He was seen off at the Airforce Base by the Pan African Parliament (PAP) President Bethel Amadi and the Kenyan ambassador (designate) to South Africa Jean Kamau among other Kenyan officials from the embassy.
While in South Africa, President Kenya opened the 6th Ordinary Session of the Third Parliament of PAP at Midrand.
During the ceremony President Kenyatta called on Africa leaders to open the continent to Africans so that the region can become one huge economic and investment hub where people can move freely and do business.
He also announced that Kenya was open to all Africans willing to visit and do business in the country so long as the foreigners are willing to obey the laws of the land.
President Kenyatta also paid a courtesy call to his host, President Jacob Zuma at his official residence where they discussed the crisis in Burundi and other bilateral issues affecting Kenya and South Africa.