Kenyan Businessman, Julius Mwale has informed President Bio of his company’s interest in constructing the Lungi Bridge and investing in the steel industry in Sierra Leone.

KBC reports that Mwale and his delegation were invited to the West African country by the Sierra Leonean President after attending the inauguration of President William Ruto last month.

“Our delegation completed a 2-week state investment tour of the Republic of Sierra Leone to discuss the expansion of Mwale Medical and Technology City (MMTC) to the country.

“The tour follows the invitation for MMTC by President Julius M. Bio of Sierra Leone, following his visit to Kenya this year,” MMTC said in a statement on Monday.

The delegation was hosted by President Bio and met with government officials, private sector leaders and local community chiefs.

According to Journalist Amadu Lamarana Bah, The founder of Mwale Medical and Technology City who was in Freetown with the Sierra Leone High Commissioner to Kenya, Isatu Bundu also met with the Speaker of Parliament, Hon. Abass Bundu and the Leadership of Parliament.

“Our team will invest in a new smart City as an extension of MMTC with a focus on Agriculture, healthcare, energy, transport and manufacturing sectors,” the statement added.