A throwback photo of president Uhuru Kenyatta with 4 other people has surfaced online sparking alot of reactions from kenyans on twitter.
This photo that looks like it was taken in a school somewhere in Kenya has left people surprised at how far the president has come despite being a son to the first Kenyan prime minister and president Jomo Kenyatta.
The other 4 had worn school uniforms and nobody seems to know their identities which makes majority guess they were students at that specific time.
With some thinking that Uhuru was so humble and loving others were making fun of his dressing code since he wore a long black suit on his slender body.
Comparing him with his size right now,Uhuru has really changed maybe due to the advancement in age.Check some of the reactions below from kenyans;
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