Uganda's president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and his Democratic Republic of Congo(DRC) counterpart Felix Antoine Tshisekedi are in Kenya.
The two are in Kenya for a crucial course that will boost relations within the East African Community.
Tshisekedi was first to arrive for his two-day visit and was received by Foreign Affairs CS Amb Raychelle Omamo and CS ICT Joe Mucheru. The DRC president was accompanied by the First Lady of DRC.
Museveni on the other hand arrived in Kenya on Friday morning. He was equally welcomed by CS Omamo.
Uganda's president came to witness the official entry of DRC to the East African community.
"President Yoweri K. Museveni of the Republic of Uganda arrives in Kenya to witness the signing ceremony of the treaty of Accession by the Democratic Republic of Congo to the East Africa Community (EAC)," Kenya's foreign affairs ministry tweeted about the visit.
The signing of the treaty of accession by the Democratic Republic of Congo to the East Africa Community (EAC) will happen at Statehouse Nairobi on Friday, April 4.
The signing will mean that DRC will officially be a member of the East African Community,