Uhuru Kenyatta, the current president of the Republic of Kenya has again found himself trending after a video was caught of him driving himself. The video showed the current president Uhuru Kenyatta driving himself in public where he shortly addressed a small group of people who cheered him before he drove off.
This is to jot the first time that the president has driven himself in public, showing clearly how he likes to spend his time alone while driving himself. Many Kenyans are pleased with their current fourth president, Uhuru Kenyatta. The president is currently planning a visit to Rift Valley which has always been considered a backyard for Deputy President William Ruto.
The president will go to DP Ruto's main backyard to undertake development projects meant to bring a new shape to the region. As the president is finally approaching the end of his term, he is quickly finishing up projects across the country and launching new development strategies.
Here is the link to the video. https://twitter.com/NgugiJossie/status/1409765028014837760?s=09
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