The Hon. Moses Kuria, secretary cabinet for Trade, investment, and industry, has voiced his satisfaction with the new visa free agreement between South Africa and Kenya. Following the agreement, Kenyans will no longer need a visa to enter South Africa.
Speaking about the visa agreement, Kuria said that it had created a level playing field and guaranteed the freedom of movement for the people of both countries.
Visa free travel was officially agreed upon today, November 9th, during the official visit of Cyril Ramaphosa, the preident to South Africa, when he paid a visit to state house, where he met with Kenyan President William Ruto among other leaders.
“We are now very happy to have resolved to expand our collaborations with Kenya and South Africa.” Said Moses Kuria.