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During President William Ruto’s recent state visit to Ghana, the two nations signed seven Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) aimed at expanding bilateral relations and opportunities for businesses and citizens.

The agreements focus on increasing trade and investment between the African countries. They cover key areas like science, technology, tourism, education, governance, defence, and more. According to President Ruto, the MoUs will facilitate economic growth and cement the long-standing cordial ties between Kenya and Ghana. Some were signed directly between business associations in both countries.

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