This comes in the wake of a report by the Economic Commission for Africa indicating that over 1.2 billion Africans would be infected and 3.3 million would die in the total absence of travel guidelines and lockdown interventions, this year. The figures would spell doom for a continent with a population of 1.3 billion people.
The activity, ongoing at Naitakwae Play Ground in Moroto is expected to accord communities on the Kenya and Ugandan sides of the border opportunities for better co-operation, close coordination and peaceful coexistence. The MoU is also envisaged to bridge isolation gaps to improve livelihood and socio-economic conditions for sustainable peace and development in Karamoja, Turkana and West Pokot.
Kenyatta and his host Yoweri Museveni will be in Moroto to sign a Memorandum of Understanding on cross border integrated programs for sustainable and socio-economic transformation of Karamoja, Turkana and Pokot communities.