Behind closed doors, most Kenyan politicians knows the value of education. This is clearly seen on the kind of education they offer their children. They give their kids best education that money can buy, considering the fact that money is not a problem to most of them. For that reason, Kenyan politicians' kids have been attending best schools around the world offering quality education.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's kids are not an exceptional. His children attended some of the best schools in Africa. After finishing high school education for instance, Ngina Kenyatta (Uhuru's daughter) joined his brother Jomo Kenyatta in a prestigious school in south Africa called Hilton College.
In South Africa, the school is known to be among the most expensive private schools in the country offering high quality education. In the college, Ngina was an active student and is remembered for participating in singing 'Lift Your Hearts Up' and graduated with degree in international relation and politics. Currently the lady is a director at Kenyatta Trust.
Having said that, below are the amazing pictures of the Hilton College South Africa where President's kids learnt.
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