• The dinner was attended by the Heads of State and dignitaries who during the day had participated in the Africa Climate Summit.
•President Ruto and his wife were dressed in black coloured outfits.
President William Ruto and First Lady Rachel Ruto on Tuesday night hosted a State House dinner.
The dinner was attended by the Heads of State and dignitaries who during the day had participated in the Africa Climate Summit.
To set the mood, State House was decorated with dimming lights at the section where the dinner was being held.
President Ruto and his wife were dressed in black coloured outfits.
The Head of State was dressed in a black suit and tie while the First Lady rocked a black dress with a shiny silver coating around the neck.
Upon arrival, the guests were entertained by Maasai dancers as they walked towards the dinner area.
The inaugural Africa Climate Summit, championed by Ruto aims to address the increasing exposure to climate change and its associated costs, both globally and particularly in Africa.
It has also brought together 12 former Heads of States and Governments and deputies, 66 ministers from different countries and more than 20 leaders of international organisations, donor agencies and development banks.
The summit is expected to also look into ways of helping African countries vulnerable to adverse effects of climate change cope with the same.
It will also serve as a platform to inform, frame, and influence commitments, pledges, and outcomes, ultimately leading to the development of the Nairobi Declaration.