- Schwandner hailed the Speaker for his election to his current role.
- She added that Kenya is a good country that has shown democracy in the concluded elections.
National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula on Monday hosted German Foundation; Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung country director Annette Schwandner in his office.
Wetang'ula urged the foundation that has been in the country for a while to continue helping the country strengthen its democracy which has come a long way.
Schwandner sought to enhance democratic and legislative engagement by the members of the National Assembly through partnerships and collaborations with their counterparts in Germany.
She hailed the Speaker for his election to his current role as the Speaker of the National Assembly noting that Kenya and Germany need to collaborate more on business and technological skills transfer to avert the looming unemployment in the country.
“In this globalised world we have to work together by learning from each other often through various ways and programs that will benefit both countries,” she said.
She said Kenya is a good country that has shown democracy in the concluded elections.