|Kenyan VP assures foreign investors coalition government is stable|
|Africans in Government|
|Tuesday, 01 December 2009 11:03|
He told the leaders told the leaders gathered in the committee room of the House of Commons that one of the indicators that Kenya was on the mend was the drive to deliver a new constitution by next year
"The Committee of experts has produced a draft upon which Kenyan s will give recommendations for a amendments before the final documents goes for a referendum vote," Musyoka said in a statement issued to the press in Nairobi on Tuesday.
Musyoka noted that Kenyan leaders will narrow their differences over contentious issue in the draft in order to ensure that this time round unlike the year 2005 ; the country goes through a non- contested referendum.
He said Kenya was embracing national healing and reconciliation as away of achieving a national cohesion.
"We are determined to unite all Kenyans regardless of their religion, tribe, or race," he said.
Lord Steel told the Vice President that the International community was keen to help Kenya in its reform agenda and in its fight against the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Kenya is a crucial partner for the UK and it's our wish to foster relationships for the benefits of the Citizens of our two countries, he said.
The meeting between the VP and members of the East Africa Association -an Umbrella organisation bringing together representatives companies from 20 European companies 0- dwelled on the role of Kenya in ensuring an attractive investor environment in the East African region.