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Reactions After Photos Of Uhuru's Abrupt Trip To Ethiopia To Attend This High Profile Event Surface

President Uhuru Kenyatta has been very active in leaving behind a reputable legacy as his term in office comes to an end in less than a year after conducting the upcoming 2022 elections. In addition to presiding over a number of economic reviving projects, officiating ground breaking ceremonies and opening mega facilities across the country, the head of state has ensured good harmony and relation with other African countries. This has been through interacting with newly elected presidents and sharing ideas on how to partner and promote a good trading environment. Today, many Kenyans have been taken by surprise after State House Kenya posted photos of Uhuru Kenyatta receiving a heroic and warm welcome in Ethiopia. According to the post made by this government agency on their Facebook page, Uhuru has travelled to Addis Ababa in order to attend the swearing in ceremony of the newly elected Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed Ali. Uhuru Kenyatta and his entourage arrived in the Ethiopian Capital to attend this high profile event in Ethiopia and congratulate the Ethiopian Prime Minister for getting re-elected back into office to serve his second term after acquiring a lot of votes.

Many Kenyans have been impressed by Uhuru's latest struggle in ensuring that he achieves the goals of his big four agenda and the promises he made to Kenyans during his re-election campaigns. He has distanced himself from politicians who had hidden agendas and focused in ensuring many Kenyans are happy and living better lives. Here are more comments from agitated Kenyans about the president's conduct and Ethiopian visit.

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