President Uhuru Kenyatta is known for his warm personality especially when he is out for social events where, at times, he even joins performers on stage and shows off his dancing skills.
The president’s cheerful nature got the better of him during the UB40 concert at Carnivore on Saturday, 1st February, where he was seen dancing to the tune of the British Band.
With him in the VVIP area were Citizen TV news Anchor, Jeff Koinange among other revelers.
— NAIROBI, KENYA ACROSS TRAFFIC UPDATES (@KenyaAcross) February 2, 2020
The Head of State is well known for his love of reggae music with his favorite musicians being UB40, Bob Marley and Tracy Chapman.
— Issakhalid🇷🇼🇷🇼🇰🇪🇰🇪 (@IssaKhalid14) February 2, 2020
During a Churchill Show interview on June 2011, a younger Uhuru revealed his deeply rooted love for reggae music, with all the names on his list falling in that genre of music.
“I’m stuck in a certain age, my favorite musicians are UB40, Bob Marley, Gregory Isaacs…” the then Minister of Finance revealed.
The band famed for songs such as Red Red Wine, Food for Thought, One in Ten, I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You, Don’t Break My Heart and Sing Our Own Song is celebrating its 40th anniversary and Kenya is one of its performance points.
Here are some of the reactions on Uhuru’s dancing skills:
President Uhuru Kenyatta Showing Off His Dancing Moves at the ongoing #UB40ConcertLiveinNairobi. For sure Music has no boundaries. No matter what language, genre, rythym, it can always find a way to everyone’s heart. #UB40InNairobi (video Courtesy). pic.twitter.com/PDsyVOsN3t
— Hon Alinur Mohamed🇰🇪 (@HonAlinur) February 1, 2020
Uhuru anataka kurombosewa na regge music🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 actually nobody can stop regge
— Godfrey Gitonga Muthee (@GitongaMuthee) February 2, 2020
— Julius Tesh (@JuliusTesh) February 2, 2020
— Dennis Onsarigo (@Donsarigo) February 1, 2020
Nobody can stop reggae.
— MR MUTUA LOYD (@LOYDMUTUA) February 1, 2020
Atleast he aynt a hypocrite🤷🏽♂️ kama unapenda raha usijifunge bana
— AndeQar (@AndeQar) February 1, 2020
— kamwana gichov (@kimgeish) February 1, 2020
I have rewatched that thing 1000 times. We’ll never have a President like Uhuru Kenyatta.
— Nelson (@nelson_guya) February 1, 2020