United States President Donald Trump is slated to speak with Kenya’s Uhuru Kenyatta on phone on Tuesday, March 7, at 6:15pm East African Time (10:15am American Time).
The Trump-Uhuru phone call will be the first official engagement for the US Head of State before he (Trump) receives his Presidential Daily Briefing from the intelligence community, says the White House Dossier on Trump’s itinerary titled Trump Schedule || Tuesday, March 7, 2017.
Trump and Uhuru will speak on phone for exactly 30 minutes, where they will discuss regional security, including measures to curb terrorism in the region, how the two nations will work to improve stability in Somalia, and the drought situation in East Africa.
Trump had on February 13 spoken to Presidents Jacob Zuma of South Africa and Mohammadu Buhari of Nigeria.
Trump and Buhari talked about security in West Africa.
The US Head of State spoke with President Zuma about expanding bilateral trade between South Africa and USA.
Uhuru will be the third President from Africa, after Buhari and Zuma, that Trump will be speaking with on telephone.