President Uhuru Kenyatta departs to China on Friday for a six-day trip which forms part of his busy itinerary that has seen him meet a series of global leaders.
While in Asia, the President and his host Xi Jinping are expected to hold bilateral talks, specifically on trade, including extension of the Standard Gauge Railway from Nairobi to Malaba at the Kenya-Uganda border.
President Kenyatta is expected back in the country on Wednesday before heading straight to Rwanda for a series of meetings with continental leaders.
This past week alone, President Kenyatta has travelled to the USA where he met President Donald Trump, before hosting British Premier Theresa May in Nairobi on Thursday.
Source: Nairobo News310