• The meetings will bring him close to the world’s influential leaders, putting him in a strong pole position to push for his plan.
President William Ruto is leading Kenya's Delegation to the 77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) being held in New York, USA.
First Lady Rachel Ruto accompanied him on the trip.
Others in the president's entourage are his Foreign Policy Adviser Ababu Namwamba, Economic Adviser David Ndii, PS Health Susan Mochache, and PS Education Julius Jwan.
Also on the President's trip are Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro, his Garissa counterpart Aden Duale and Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen.
"Kenya is a committed member of the global community of nations. We share a strong interest in the preservation of peace, prosperity and dignity for all people and the protection of our planet and its resources," Ruto tweeted.
"Very privileged and honored to accompany President William Ruto to the official opening of the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly in the New York City, USA. The President will be addressing the General Assembly tomorrow," Murkomen said.
While in New York, Ruto is scheduled to give his debut address to the United Nations and hold bilateral talks with several Heads of State and Government.
The meetings will bring him close to the world’s influential leaders, putting him in a strong pole position to push for his plan.