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President Uhuru Kenyatta (R) and Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua. Facebook
President Uhuru Kenyatta is known to for his warm personality especially when he’s out for social events, where he interacts with those present.
At times, he even joins performers on stage and shows off his dancing skills.
Uhuru’s cheerful nature got the better of him during a 2017 performance by Kamba musician Stephen Kasolo of his hit song ‘Kitole’ at Machakos stadium.
During the energetic performance, President Uhuru Kenyatta is seen gesturing to Machakos governor Alfred Mutua to get up from their seats in the VIP section and join the singer on the podium.
In the clip, his entourage gets on their feet and heads down from the section as the Head of State is welcomed to the stage by the artist.
Governor Mutua seems to be the nimble of the two as he immediately follows the dancers. Uhuru tries to keep up by imitating Mutua’s moves.
The crowd breaks out in cheers as the two leaders try to outdo each other in a dance that is in good fun.
The song bears the message where it is time for him to receive his blessings until his enemies wonder which God he serves.
President Uhuru’s love for music once prompted him to stroll out of State House, Nairobi, and made an impromptu visit to the Permanent Presidential Music Commission offices, where choirs were rehearsing to entertain President Barack Obama in 2015.
Here is the video:
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