President Uhuru Kenyatta officially received in Lisbon, Portugal, with a Guard of Honour and gun salute by the Portuguese Armed Forces. The president is on a two-day State visit, hosted president Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa of Purtugal.
President Kenyatta was received by his Portuguese host at the iconic Jerónimos Monastery in central Lisbon in an elaborate military ceremony that included a Guard of Honour and a Gun Salute by the Forças Armada (The Portuguese Armed Forces).
Jerónimos Monastery, which President Kenyatta toured extensively, is an imposing masterpiece of the 16th century Portuguese architecture, and a global monument where the remains of renowned Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama and poet Luís de Camões are interred in clearly marked tombs.
@kinyanjui: In his speech he is so worried about the oceans and fish sleeping hungry. Now that all Kenyans can afford three square meal in a day including luhya!
@mosaad: He is busy receiving those guard of honours where he is not making any effort to aid Kenyan economically. Worst leadership Kenya has ever had.
@macharia: ni wapy pengine amebakisha kwenda juu nkama amezurura ulimwengu mzima!
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