Peter Mathuki, East African Community’s (EAC) new Secretary-General has vowed to work towards unifying member states both trade-wise and politically as his top priority during his five-year term.
Trade experts have hope that Mathuki is what the East African Community (EAC) requires for its already staggering economy. The new Secretary-General is the current CEO of the regional-based Apex business Community a position that placed him at a better standing.
Upon his appointment, he promised to unify the East African Community both economically and politically.
“The EAC belongs to all of us – the people of East Africa, and I have taken on the duty to work towards a prosperous, secure and politically united region, that is people-centered and private sector driven.” Dr. Mathuki stated.
However, it must be noted that the Secretary-General has a lot to do since the East African Community has for its twenty years after revival been struggling to stand as one in terms of trade.
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Dr. Mathuki replaced Ambassador Liberat Mfumukeko and he is expected to officially take charge of the office of Secretary-General East African Community this Sunday and we hope he will take the bloc to greater heights during his five-year reign.