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President Uhuru meets Prince William at State House

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By Dorcus Osongo | Oct 1st 2018 | 1 min read
Prince Williams shakes hands with President Uhuru Kenyatta during his courtesy call at State House (Courtesy)

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday held talks with Prince William Arthur, the Duke of Cambridge, who paid him a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi.

The one-on-one meeting between President Kenyatta and Prince William mainly focused on wildlife conservation.

The Duke of Cambridge, who was accompanied by the British High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey, briefed President Kenyatta on the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference that will be held in London on 11 and 12 October.

The one-on-one meeting between President Kenyatta and Prince William mainly focused on wildlife conservation. (Courtesy)

Prince William’s meeting with President Kenyatta concludes a seven-day tour of Africa that saw him visit Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya.

Prince Williams last visit in Kenya was in 2016(Courtesy)

Prince William is the patron of the Royal African Society, a long-standing institution dedicated to promoting Africa in the UK. He is also the President of United for Wildlife, an organisation which fights illegal trade in wildlife as well as the patron of Tusk, a UK-base charity organisation which promotes wildlife conservation in Africa.

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