President William Ruto says that Kenyans who live in other countries will soon be able to get married in the Kenyan embassies in those countries.

Ruto says that Attorney General Justin Muturi is trying to get Kenyan embassies all over the world recognised as legal places to get married.

During a conversation with Kenyans living in Rwanda, he said, "The Attorney General has rules about going to publish our embassies as places where you can get married."

Even if the nation of residency officially approves gay weddings, same-gender unions will not be performed, according to President Ruto, who added that the nuptials would take place within the bounds of Kenyan law.

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"The Kenyan law will still be in effect: a man can only marry a woman, and a woman may only marry a man." It will still be true," the president said.

Ruto met with the group as part of his two-day diplomatic mission to Rwanda at President Paul Kagame's request.

The Northern Corridor's internal structure, food security, innovation and technology, health, and education were just a few of the topics the two leaders discussed during their visit that were of concern and collaboration.

Kenya and Rwanda signed ten agreements in the areas of education, information technology, women's and children's development, youth, building public service capacity, criminal justice, health, training for diplomats, agriculture, and cooperatives. 

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