Former president Uhuru Kenyatta has gotten right to work as he starts the job that President Ruto gave him.
He is scheduled to travel to South Africa for important negotiations aimed at resolving the dispute between Tigray and Ethiopia.
Olusegun Obasanjo, the former president of Nigeria and the African Union’s High Representative for the Horn of Africa, and Uhuru would both be on the panel, according to a letter from the organization.
On Sunday, October 8, the occasion is planned to occur.
The discussions are intended to promote peace between the Tigray People’s Liberation Front and the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia’s government (TPLF).
The president of the National Regional State of Tigray, Debretsion Gebremichael, was the recipient of the letter sent by Moussa Faki Mahamat.
It will be the highest-level effort to resolve the war in Ethiopia, which has already claimed hundreds of lives, if Dr. Debretsion confirms his attendance.
The African Union must arbitrate the negotiations without imposing any conditions, according to the Ethiopian government, which has already accepted the invitation.
The state reaffirmed its readiness to promote enduring peace.
The battle, which began in November 2020, has also impacted about 5 million people who are lacking access to necessities like banking and power.
Uhuru chastised Ethiopian officials in November 2021 and urged them to look past the conflict’s root causes in search of a long-term resolution.