May 18, 2022

PHOTOS: Uhuru tours multinational companies in South Africa

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has visited a number of companies and sites in his three days tour of South Africa.

The president visted Aspen Pharmacare, the South African-based subsidiary of Aspen, the multinational pharmaceutical company that manufactures and distributes the Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 vaccine.

The President’s visit to the pharmaceutical company comes in the wake of Kenya’s preparations to start local production of Covid-19 and other vaccines.
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It also follows an offer by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to donate 100,000 doses of Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 vaccine to Kenya boost the country’s vaccination campaign.
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Uhuru on Wednesday also visited South Africa’s historic Hector Pieterson Museum that covers the events of the anti-apartheid Soweto uprising.
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The museum located in Orlando West, Soweto is named after one of the more than 170 protesting school children that were killed during the uprising.
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On Tuesday, Uhuru was officially received by his host President Cyril Ramaphosa at a colourful state reception that included a 21-gun salute and a guard of honour mounted by a detachment of the South African military.
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Kenya and South Africa on Tuesday signed eight key bilateral agreements, ushering in a new dawn of cooperation between the two African nations. May be an image of 4 people and people standingMay be an image of 3 people and people standing

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