The First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has been participating in various sporting activities to empower youths and women in Kenya and across the African continent. Her selflessness and good heart to empower the less disadvantaged members of the community has also earned her love and admiration from Kenyans of all walks of life. The Office of the First Lady has finally revealed the whereabouts of President Uhuru Kenyatta's wife after jetting out of the country for a series of high profile events. While breaking the news in the First Lady's official Facebook page, details have emerged revealing that Mama Margret Kenyatta is currently in Rwanda for the country's annual road race. The first lady was given a warm welcome by her Rwandan Counterpart and host Mrs. Jeanette Kigame at the Kigame Area. Further information reveals that this marathon activity was first held in 2005 under the patronage of President Paul Kigame who is still in power till today.
Mama Margeret Kenyatta's Rwandan trip has elicited mixed reactions. Some Kenyans feel that this is wastage of taxpayers money while others have lauded her for actively promoting sporting activities. Watch the video here.
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