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Chinese Premier Visits Kenya
Nairobi, Kenya
By Sam Charo
10 May 2014

May 9-11, 2014

Nairobi, Kenya

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang made a three day visit to Kenya, May 9 to 11, 2014

Africa’s relationship with China in the recent years have been cordial, Kenya’s no exception, the Premier’s visit in the country is seen a practical effort of China stamping its foot in Eastern Africa.

With regards to development the Chinese government signed trade deals that will enable the country fit in competitively with the rest of the world, in manufacturing, transport and bilateral trade sectors.

The Chinese government donated 10 million USD to fight poaching, it also pledged to fund 85% of the construction of Kenya’s standard gauge railway that will ease the flow of goods from Mombasa port to the rest of Eastern Africa including South Sudan.

Interviewees: (Fill the name, the profession, brief what he says)

Name –Uhuru Kenyatta; President of Kenya

Name – Li Keqiang; Chinese Premier

Name – Yoweri Museveni; President of Uganda wearing a hat.

Shot List: (Description of various shots in the video)

− Various shots of: Premier’s Inspection of the Guard of Honor − Various shots of: The Press conference − Various shots of:The Neighboring President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda addressing the Press. − Various shots of: President Kenyatta Talking − Various shots of:Premier shaking hands with President Uhuru Kenyatta − Various shots of: Premier’s translator translating what the Premier’s said.

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