President Uhuru Kenyatta jetted back into the country on Monday subsequent to closing a State visit to the Caribbean nation whose emphasis was on health, trade and heritage.
During the visit, the president used the visit to reignite health agreements that had been previously signed but not implemented.
Among the agreements is the employment of 100 specialist doctors from Cuba to work in Kenya.
Kenya will also dispatch 50 doctors to Cuba to undergo specialised training.
Uhuru was welcomed by DP William Ruto, Chief of Defence of Forces General Samson Mwathethe and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko.
Soon after his arrival at JKIA, Uhuru inspected a guard of honour mounted by Kenya Air force.
Kenya will also work with Cuba on collaborative research projects, develop training for primary healthcare workers and collaborate to build capacity to undertake genetic engineering and biotech work.