Uhuru Kenyatta is the current president of Kenya finalizing his second term and basically we have seen development in the last nine years which he has been leading this country. We have seen the Standard Gauge railway being built under his reign. He has been fighting to end Malaria in his leadership since he's the chairman of Africa board concerned with fight against the disease. Uhuru's father Mzee Jomo Kenyatta was also a leader and he served Kenya as the first president. Apparently, many people who knew Jomo Kenyatta always say that uhuru's leadership traits are exactly like his dad's. Today, a photo of young president Uhuru Kenyatta was posted by Pulse and he was walking with his dad Jomo. That photo actually left Kenyans talking and majority said that in the photo Uhuru looks calm not like now. Some Kenyans said if you look at Uhuru Kenyatta in the photo, you can't tell that he's the one who has set tight rules currently most especially the curfew.
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