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Museveni, Kenyatta and Kiir meet in Kampala
Publish Date: Aug 23, 2014
Museveni, Kenyatta and Kiir meet in Kampala
President Kenyatta attended the Pakasa Forum after meeting with President Museveni at State House, Nakasero. PHOTO/Kennedy Oryema
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KAMPALA - President Yoweri Museveni and his counterparts Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya and Salva Kiir of South Sudan have held a consultative meeting at State House, Nakasero.

The three heads-of-state met on Saturday and discussed issues concerning   economic development of their respective nations.

They also discussed a wider range of bilateral issues pertaining to the three East African countries.

President Kenyatta flew in early Saturday to give a keynote address at the fourth edition of Pakasa Forum in Kampala.

The business conference, attended by mostly youths, took place at Kampala Parents School (KPS) in Naguru.
 


A huge turn out at the Pakasa Forum on Saturday. PHOTO/Kennedy Oryema


Kenyan leader addressed a huge expectant crowd inside the school's auditorium, and later answered wide-ranging questions from the audience.

His South Sudanese counterpart, Salva Kiir, came in Uganda on Friday for consultative talks with his host President Museveni over ongoing conflict in South Sudan.

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