If you are a kenyan, you must have come across the fourth president of the republic of Kenya His Excellency Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. He was elected as a president in 2013 with his running mate William Ruto and for the second term in 2017 which is ending this year august 9th.
Uhuru is the son of Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's first president, and his fourth wife Mama Ngina Kenyatta. He has been married to Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta since 1991. They have three children: his two sons Jomo and Muhoho, and his daughter Ngina.
Some minutes ago, a tbt photo of president uhuru Kenyatta when he was a young child was shared online leaving Kenyans talking. The young uhuru Kenyatta is with his parents Jomo Kenyatta and mama ngina Kenyatta at statehouse kenya. According to the photo uhuru is wearing a suit which makes him appear attractive while his parents look a bit younger. Kenyans were left talking saying during those days nobody thought he would come to rule Kenya one day.
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