President Uhuru Kenyatta HAS jetted back into the country from Taormina, Italy, where he addressed the 43rd, G7 summit.
The plane carrying President Kenyatta and the First Lady Margaret Kenyatta landed at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport shortly after 1:00 am.
At the Airport to receive the President were Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery and Chief of Defence Forces, Gen. Samson Mwathethe, among other senior Government officials.
In his address to the summit, President Kenyatta asked the Group of Seven (G7) most industrialized countries in the world to enhance its collaboration with Africa to address global challenges including poverty, immigration, climate change and terrorism.
The President said Africa is a vital partner in solving the world’s most pressing challenges.