This was after a section of leaders criticized President William Ruto saying that his trips abroad were not good for the nation and for Kenyans in general.
The president has recently found himself in trouble due to his frequent trips abroad.
The Head of State is the first president in the country’s history to travel to more than 38 countries in less than three months.
Ruto who has been in office for about a year has already traveled to 38 countries compared to his predecessor Rtd. President Uhuru Kenyatta visited 53 countries during the ten years of his leadership.
But in a statement on his official X social media platform (formerly Twitter), Cherargei claims that it is because of Ruto’s unending foreign trips that King Charles III and Queen Camilla of the United Kingdom visited the country.
Cherargei, a close ally of Ruto said the frequent foreign trips had placed Kenya on a global map adding that they have also spurred economic growth.
He also claimed that the frequent visits by the First in Command have increased Direct Foreign Investment (FDI).
“The royal visit by King Charles III the first outside Europe and only in Africa is a great significance and dividend of many visits internationally by President William Ruto to put Kenya on a globe map spur the economy of the country and build more direct foreign investments,” he said.
The royals arrived in Kenya and are expected to celebrate the warm relationship between the two countries and the strong and dynamic partnership they continue to forge during their four-day stay which officially began on Tuesday, October 31.