President Uhuru Kenyatta danced to reggae during his tour of the Coast region on Thursday, August 4.
The Head of State was flanked by Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance leaders including Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho and Mvita MP Abdulswamad Nassir.
According to videos shared online, Uhuru could be seen dancing to ‘One Love’ song while standing on top of his vehicle.
Dressed in a white shirt and a black pair of trousers, the Head of State led the dance as others leader danced along.
The crowd could also be heard singing the sing.
President Uhuru Kenyatta having good time in Mombasa. pic.twitter.com/BiIEW9J1cr
— Duncan Makori (@EngnrDan) August 4, 2022
Below is how Kenyans reacted to the video.
Naikuni Julius: We love him so dearly, he will be remembered for the infrastructural development, peaceful and humble.
Mohamednur Ali: The most compassionate and friendly President Kenya ever had! He shall be missed despite not meeting the development standards required.
Patrick: Uhuru is enjoying himself to retirement. Of late he’s been happy banaaa, the kind of happiness we all need. Watu wawache makasiriko.
In September 2021, Joho held a social gathering with a section of Mombasa youth whom he entertained with his flawless dance moves.
The governor who was dancing from the top of his car was loudly applauded by attendees of the gathering who shouted at the top of their voices.
The governor had donned a casual trouser and a white shirt as he flawlessly danced to Ommy Dimpoz’ Kata.
Joho was accompanied by his friend, MP Nassir, who also danced alongside the county boss.
This came a day after Joho held a mega concert in Mombasa in total disregard of COVID-19 regulations.
Thousands of Mombasa residents flooded Mama Ngina waterfront park to mark its re-opening and to celebrate World Tourism Day.
A section of roads were also closed as there was a cycling competition down the city.
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