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Kibaki in trade talks with Malawi

16 January 2013, 15:25

President Kibaki is in Malawi for a three-day visit where he is expected to trade and bilateral ties with Malawi.

According to Daily Nation, Joyce Banda and Mwai Kibaki will also discuss the reopening of Malawi High Commission office in Nairobi.

The office was closed a decade ago.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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