Jayden Dixon Kaburu, an 11-year old Kenyan has expresses touching thanks to King Mohammed VI for his decision to help the East African country with fertilizers.
In a moving letter addressed to the Moroccan embassy in Nairobi, the young pupil, who is living in Karatina, a small village in central Kenya, expressed warm thanks to the Sovereign who promised the New Kenyan President William Ruto to assist his country with Fertilizers.
Jayden, in her ingenuous discourse, states that Kenyans and her own parents suffered from the lack of soil nutrients and that she used to work after school to “contribute and lend a helping hand towards putting a meal on the table and pay for the school fees of her older siblings.”
Expressing thanks to the Moroccan people and King and hailing the royal gesture as “noble”, Jayden Dixon Kaburu prayed the Sovereign to continue his move “as long as we live, so that we, the children of the village, can complete our studies and be able to help our dear parents in time of need.”
“May God Allah bless your country and your Majesty the King for the noble work done. Once again, thank you in advance,” stated the young Kenyan, who signed her letter “your new found friend Jayden Dixon Kaburu”.
King Mohammed VI had congratulated Mr. William Samoei Ruto on his election as the 5th President of Kenya and welcomed the successful unfolding of democratic elections in the country in August 2022, stressing that these deadlines consolidate the position of Kenya as a beacon country in terms of democracy at the continental level.
The Sovereign also welcomed the promise made by the Kenyan President to strengthen and deepen the current bilateral relations between his country and various states in Africa and elsewhere.
President Ruto, for his part, hailed the leadership of King Mohammed VI in promoting policies of tolerance at the level of the Maghreb region, as well as its contribution to world peace and security.
He also expressed his willingness and commitment to work with the Sovereign to strengthen relations between the two countries, which are both committed to raising their bilateral diplomatic relations to the level of strategic partnership in the coming six months, the statement said, adding that the Republic of Kenya is committed to opening its Embassy in Rabat.
Following this exchange of greetings, it was agreed to immediately accelerate economic, trade and social relations between the two countries, particularly in the areas of fishing, agriculture and food security through the trade of fertilizers.