Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan left Kenyans in stitches after she rhythmically added her name and President Uhuru Kenyatta's in her speech.
The Tanzanian Head of State is on an official visit as the two countries hold bilateral talks over future working relations.
"Mna bahati kwamba nchi zetu mbili upande mmoja kuna uhuru wa kufanya biashara na upande mwingine kuna suluhu ya kuondosha vikwazo vya biashara (These two countries are luck, in that, on one side we have the freedom to do business and on the other side we have a solution to business challenges)," President Suluhu remarked.
President Kenyatta's name Uhuru translates to "freedom" in English, and President Suluhu's name translates to "solution/answer".
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President Kenyatta and several other leaders at the function burst into laughter.
She urged the two countries to ensure equity and fairness while dealing in trade with each other.
The two Heads of State agreed to foster trade between the two countries with the sole aim of growing both economies.
President Kenyatta directed relevant clearance authorities to act swiftly in ensuring free flow of goods between the two countries.
He proceeded to direct the Ministry of Agriculture to allow for Maize imported from Tanzania to enter the country.