The president last week visited the Manda training base. The base had a face lift and was launched by the commander in chief of the armed forces. President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived in Manda, dressed in military regalia. He changed his regalia twice during the event.
Below is a photo of His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta ,Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces General Robert Kibochi and Nairobi Metropolitan Services Director General Lieutenant General Mohamed Badi at the Kenya Navy Base, Manda Bay in Lamu County during presentation of the Presidential and Regimental Colour Ceremony.
President Uhuru being saluted by the Nairobi Metropolitan Services Director General, Badi. He was wearing the Kenya Defence Forces Regalia while inspecting the Manda projects. The KDF uniform with the stars on his cap Symbolise that he is the commander in chief of the land defence forces.
On the same day while at Manda, president Uhuru Kenyatta wore his red millitary uniform while addressing the millitary officers while at the dias. The president held firmly to his presidential sword, which is a symbol of power as recognized by the Kenyan constitution.
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