Chinese Premier Li Keying is rounding off his first African tour in Nairobi, holding a series with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The two leaders are expected to sign around 20 agreements aimed at boosting bilateral cooperation and trade ties.
Li’s previous stop was Angola. He and Angolan president Jose Eduardo dos Santos oversaw the signing of a series of deals on economic cooperation in several sectors, including technology and finance.
The Chinese premier has said he wants to see China-Africa trade doubled by 2020.