Uhuru urges Ghana to help Kenya end terrorism
President of Kenya, H.E Uhuru Kenyatta has urged the President of Ghana, President John Dramani Mahama to join forces with his country to fight the menace of terrorism in the continent.
He said terrorism is eroding the achievements won during the struggle for independence and nationhood and this must be resisted.
Delivering his speech as the Special Guest of Honor at the 59th Independence celebration held at the Black Star Square, Mr. Kenyatta said the vision of a unified continent must not be lost because of the recent spates of terrorist attacks on the continent.
He said this is a special time when the leadership of all the countries in the continent must come together to champion a common fight against terrorism.
According to him, Kenyans are ready to join Ghanaians to put up a good fight to defeat the enemies maltreating the lives of the people in the continent.
He commended President Mahama for his leadership in the country and sub-Saharan African and the people of Ghana for keeping the peace in the country.
He said this a time to “take stock of what has been achieved and what need to be done.”
Mr. Kenyatta reiterated the commitment of his country to a cordial relation with Ghana saying “Kenya is opened to business to all.”
He said the people of Kenya value the friendship and commitment of Ghanaians and will do much.