Now, Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on investors to exploit the opportunities presented in the energy transmission, saying this is an area which the private sector's activity was non-existent, yet the country is engaged in connecting as many people as possible to electricity.
The election season blunted growth in Kenya, East Africa's richest economy and a Western ally in a volatile region.
Mr Tillerson assured President Kenyatta that his country was also keen to see continental reforms of the business environment but was glad that the judicial reforms in place meant contracts were respected and there was a clear path on investment.
The two share several similarities including making history as the longest serving political detainees in Kenya, with Odinga leading, after spending nine years behind bars, under retired President Daniel Moi's rule.
"NASA is an idea owned by Kenyans which will survive and outlive any one individual", the Amani National Congress leader said.
"The symbolism is very important but it is vital that they also invest heavily in ensuring that a more lasting settlement emerges from their talks", he said, citing the need to stamp out violence every time elections are called.
The truce comes months after Kenyans went to two violent elections in the last quarter of 2017.
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In return, Ghani said the militants should officially recognise the Afghan government and constitution, a perennial sticking point in past attempts at dialogue.
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He praised Le Pen's vision of a political spectrum that is no longer left- right but nationalists versus globalists. All eyes instantly turned to her glamorous niece, 28-year-old former MP Marion Marechal-Le Pen.
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Jobs grew 175,000 in December, 239,000 in January and 313,000 in February demonstrating a healthy and growing economy. The department said African-American unemployment fell to 6.9 percent, after rising to 7.7 percent in January.
The Washington top envoy later held talks with President Kenyatta at State House in Nairobi, where he reiterated U.S. commitment to Kenya on trade and security.
Mr Miguna said despite Mr Odinga's "betrayal" he will continue fighting for electoral justice. "We refuse to allow our diversity to kill our nation".
A statement signed by Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula stated that they were not part of the meeting.
"The 'bridges" Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta are talking about and intend to build will turn Kenya into an authoritarian and despotic Kenyatta and Odinga Monarchy".
"The US should not be dismissed or discounted".
The Kenyan leader who was sworn in for his second and final term in office on November 28 in 2017 expressed confidence that a healthy collaboration with the opposition will usher in a new era of unity and prosperity. "It is good for the country", he said.