Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Friday paid retired President Moi a visit at his home in Nairobi.
Museveni, who is in Kenya for a three-day state visit, was accompanied by Moi’s son Senator Gedion Moi.
In the pictures posted by the Ugandan President on his official Twitter handle, the three, are seen sharing a light moment.
However, details of the talks remain unclear.
Museveni also said he paid a visit to ailing Ugandan Speaker Rebecca Kadaga who was airlifted to Nairobi last week for specialized treatment.
After his visit to the two, Museveni visited the Kenyatta Mausoleum where first President Jomo Kenyatta was buried.
“This morning, as I end my three-day state visit to Kenya, I visited the Mausoleum where founding president Jomo Kenyatta rests and paid my respects. I also visited Mzee Daniel Toroitich arap Moi and our Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga, who are in hospital. I wish them a speedy recovery.
This morning, as I end my three-day state visit to Kenya, I visited the mausoleum where founding president Jomo Kenyatta rests and paid my respects. I also visited Mzee Daniel Toroitich arap Moi and our Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga, who are in hospital. I wish them a speedy recovery. pic.twitter.com/RExCfRFpvk
— Yoweri K Museveni (@KagutaMuseveni) March 29, 2019
Museveni’s visit has sparked debate from Kenyans who are questioning the benefits Kenya got from the bilateral talks he had with his Kenyan counterpart President Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to details of the extensive talks Museveni had with Kenyatta, it appears that Uganda achieved more than Kenya did from the trade talks.
In a press release issued by Museveni, the Head of State was glad to inform his citizens that following the talks, Kenya had agreed to increase its sugar exports from 36,000 metric tonnes to 90,000 metric tonnes annually.
He also noted that Ugandan dairy producers will now have less paperwork to do in order to export their milk to Kenya.
In addition to that, his discussions with Kenyatta also opened a way for their tile makers to access the Kenyan market.
If that was not enough, goods destined for Uganda will be cleared in the shortest time possible at the Mombasa Port.
To crown it all, President Uhuru on Thursday announced that Kenya will offer Uganda a piece of land in Naivasha for them to build a dry port.
President Uhuru’s announcement was not taken lightly by Kenyans who were wondering why the head of state would offer our land to Uganda.