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Melania Trump’s message after meeting Kenya’s First Lady Margaret Kenyatta

Lady Speak By Wanja Mbuthia

The Us President, Donald Trump and First lady Melania Trump on Monday welcomed Kenya’s president and first lady to the White house Washington D.C. The two presidents discussed issues about Trade and Security. President Uhuru also witnessed the signing of two agreements that will see two US companies invest $238million worth of projects in Kenya as he urged the US government to facilitate the operations of US businesses Africa.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta and her counterpart Melania Trump spent the afternoon together at Diplomatic Reception Room in the West Wing of the White House, President Kenyatta and President Trump were engaged in bilateral talks in the Cabinet Room.

The two ladies discussed about their common goals and initiatives in the interest of children. Margaret Kenyatta’s Beyound Zero campaign and Melania Trump’s Be Best campaign are both focused on bettering the loves of children.

Melania tweeted about their meeting expressing her pleasure in meeting Margaret and discussing their shared concerns.

It was a pleasure having @FirstLadyKenya at the @WhiteHouse today. I enjoyed learning about @BeyondZeroKenya & discussing our shared concerns for the well-being of
children,”

It was a pleasure having @FirstLadyKenya at the @WhiteHouse today. I enjoyed learning about @BeyondZeroKenya & discussing our shared concerns for the well-being of children. #BeBest pic.twitter.com/MNrXaL7f16 — Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) August 27, 2018

Melania is set to visit Africa in October.

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