German chancellor, Olaf Scholz  has arrived in Kenya on the second day of his visit to Africa and is expected to bilateral talks with president William Ruto and other top government officials.


Earlier, Scholz met the chairman of the African union commission, Moussa Faki, in Ethiopia and discussed the Sudan conflict.


While Faki said there could be no military solution to the Sudan unrest, Scholz expressed his country’s support for international efforts to end the fighting.


In Kenya, the German chancellor will explore co-operation on renewable energy, among other bilateral ties before proceeding to Africa’s biggest geothermal plant at lake Naivasha in the geologically active great rift valley, which is key to Kenya’s plans to produce green hydrogen.

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