Ealier today, president William Ruto landed at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport in Ethiopia where he will be attending the launch of Safaricom Ethiopia.
The president was accorded with one of a kind welcome ceremony. Immediately after landing at the airport, a group of youths with hot acrobatic and gymnastic skills were waiting for him.
From photos shared by Statehouse Media, the performance of the acrobatic gurus amazed the president as he is seen keenly observing their styles full of smiles. Ruto who was accompanied by Ethiopian prime minister Abiy Ahmed could not help it but clap to show his appreciation to the acrobatic team.
It is not everytime that a visiting head of state is accorded such kind of warm reception. The warm welcome was perhaps as show of the good and ever increasing bilateral ties between Ethiopia and the Republic of Kenya.
During his inaugural speech, Ruto announced his commitment to helping Ethiopia and other East African countries obtain sustainable peace.
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