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Ruto who held a joint communiqu with Sudans First Vice President Lt Gen Bakri Swaleh said Kenya would benefit from training to be offered by the government of Sudan in the fields of agriculture and irrigation/FILE By SIMON NDONGA , NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 12 Deputy President William Ruto on Wednesday concluded his three-day official visit to Sudan that focused on boosting bilateral relations between the two countries. Ruto who held a joint communiqu with Sudans First Vice President Lt Gen Bakri Swaleh said Kenya would benefit from training to be offered by the government of Sudan in the fields of agriculture and irrigation. He urged citizens in the two countries to take advantage of the cordial relations to exploit the existing business opportunities. The issues of South Sudan are of great concern to Kenya as it is to Sudan, he stated. The leaders said their countries would work together in addressing problems of เที่ยว เกาหลี กับ ทัวร์ terrorism and human trafficking among other challenges facing the region. They said they would focus more on ways of attaining peace and stability in South Sudan. Lt Gen Bakri said Sudan will continue to import tea and coffee from Kenya as part of their efforts to strengthen their bilateral relations. I wish to encourage Kenyan business people to tour our country to exploit existing opportunities in various sectors of the economy, he said. Earlier, the Deputy President had toured a poultry farm and went on a Nile cruise.
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PHOTO | CHRIS OMOLLO | NATION MEDIA GROUP In this years European Tour, now popularly as the Road to Dubai, there are five events offering prize money of 1,000,000 Euros. This years Open also marked the end of the sponsorship deal with Barclays Bank. Two out of 26 Kenyan players, including four amateurs, reached the second round. With Sundays announcement by President Uhuru Kenyatta that the government would double its sponsorship to 2.2 million Euros (around Sh280 million), Kenya Open golf championships entry to the European Tour may come sooner rather than later. A European Tour status for the Open which marked its 50th anniversary this year, has always been the dream of the organisers. With the doubling of the prize money, it means next years tournament will have a prize fund of 1,000,000 Euros (Sh124.5 million) with the rest of the money to be used for logistics including affiliation fee to the European Tour. This year the prize money was 500,000 Euros (Sh62.5 million) where the winner took home 80,000 Euros (about Sh10 million). The new status however comes with a lot of changes for the event. For starters, the number of locals competing in the event may not be as big as it has been over the years, since the locals are not members of the European Tour. Other changes will include provision of a proper media centre, more seating arrangements for spectators, assuming the event will attract some of the big names in the world.
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