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Unforgettable moments in Uhuru’s meeting with Kenyans in Diaspora

By Metro Correspondent
It is not debatable whether Kenyans love their politicians or not. Based on the awe ordinary Kenyans hold their politicians with, it is not a surprise that any politicians visiting in the Diaspora attracts a lot of enthusiasm from Kenyans who are all too eager for the slightest opportunity to rub shoulders.

 Whether the attraction is due to envy for the achievements they have attained, the power they hold or whether it is due to the entertainment they provide in their political and social dramas, Kenyan politicians are undoubtedly some of the most attractive celebrities that attract others towards them during socialisation.
 As such, during last week’s meeting with Uhuru Kenyatta and Kenyans in the Diaspora, as Kenyans from virtually all states in the US assembled and waited patiently for the President to arrive, a smart move by one of the master of ceremonies, Amb Macharia Kamau handed Kenyans a golden opportunity they will never forget.
“As we wait for His Excellency, you can see that we have all our leaders here. Please take a moment to admire them and interact with them.”


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