First Lady Margaret Kenyatta today at State House hosted Mrs Janet Museveni during a courtesy call as the latter returned home from a ministerial conference in Arusha, Tanzania.
Besides being the First Lady of Uganda, Mrs Museveni also doubles as the minister of the powerful Education and Sports docket.
During their meeting, the two First Ladies discussed several issues including the prolonged drought that has resulted in food challenges in both countries.
They also discussed the recent Cross Country sporting events in Uganda where Kenya dominated other East African Countries.
Mrs Museveni however said the drought in her country was not as severe as in Kenya where it has affected 23 counties, 13 of them severely, leaving over 3 million people in dire need of food and water.
She said Uganda is currently experiencing some rains and only a few regions still face food shortages.
Mrs Museveni said she will find time in the near future so that they (the two First Ladies) can discuss their mutual programs.
The Kenyan First Lady told the visitor she is currently focused on the Beyond Zero initiative that puts special attention on the health of mothers and children.
She thanked Mrs Museveni for finding time for the visit.
Mrs Museveni was accompanied to State House by the High Commissioner of Uganda Ms Angelina C. Wapakhabulo.