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China Just Gave Kenya Two Luxury Buses and a New Foreign Ministry HQ

Kenya’s new Foreign Ministry building will be built and paid for by the Chinese government. Ambassador Zhou Pingjian made the announcement late last week during a visit with Foreign Affairs Principal Secretary Macharia Kamau at the current foreign ministry headquarters in Nairobi.

The new building will take approximately three to four years to build at a cost of $38 million (Sh40 billion). Neither Ambassador Zhou nor PS Macharia provided any details as to when construction is expected to begin.

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