On Sunday, United States president William Ruto paid a visit to the Swahili Village Restaurant in New Jersey.
An American-based Kenyan owns the business.
The President continued by saying that the Kenya Kwanza administration’s determination to strengthen international ties is motivated by Kenyans’ success overseas.
According to him, this increases chances for diligent Kenyans.
“Witnessing the success of thriving Kenyans abroad propels our resolve to intensify our foreign relations efforts aimed at broadening opportunities for many more.
“Kenyans are known for being hardworking, industrious and having a sharp eye for opportunities beyond our borders,” Ruto said.
The President has been on a working visit of the US from Thursday last week.
He left the country on Wednesday night.