Representatives from Kenya, Uganda, and Ethiopia inked a 10-point peace deal during a Tobong’u Lore side conference in Lodwar, boosting multilateral cooperation between the three IGAD member states, said Kenya Broadcasting Corporation.

The deal would go a great way toward promoting borderlands peace and cohesiveness, as well as providing a platform for member countries to share cross-border grazing resources. The accord will see the creation of a one-stop border point at Todonyang and Lokiriama, as well as the construction of the Moroto-Lodwar-Todonyang transnational road and a cross-border bridge linking Kangaten and Kibish (Kenya). Other initiatives include a common cross-border protocol and a single health-care initiative


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