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Ruto finds 200,000 employment opportunities for Kenyans in Germany

President William Ruto wants to help Kenyans get jobs in Germany because there are not enough jobs in Kenya.

He created the plan just before leaving for Europe for a G20 meeting.

Over twelve African leaders are going to Berlin, Germany to look for ways to boost Africa’s economy, like exporting workers and getting more money invested in their countries.

The leader of Germany visited Kenya around three to four months ago. I am going to Germany tonight because he said he will make sure 200,000 people get jobs. I need to go check out those chances,” Mr Ruto said on Sunday.

Chancellor Olaf Scholz has been visiting Africa, including Kenya and Nigeria. He is interested in increasing investment in Africa, especially in minerals and green energy.

This meeting called G20 Compact with Africa wants to make the economy stronger by connecting African countries with G20 countries.

Thirteen African countries are in the program – Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Morocco, Rwanda, Senegal, Togo, and Tunisia.

Leaders from other African countries, like Kenya and Nigeria, are coming to the event as special guests.

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