"As part of our visit to Seoul Korea, my counterpart,Foreign Minister Dr. Park Jim, organized for me to visit the World Headquarters of Tae Kwondo (Kikkuwon) where Grandmaster Lee made me an honorary 6th Dan Black Belt," he notified on his twitter handle.
Dr.Alfred Mutua revealed that he started Tae Kwondo in his late teens and 20's before picking up Temple Kungdu.He said he needed to get back to the sport since he was getting rusty.The CS also revealed he was proud of his first born son who two weeks ago qualified as a black belt holder in Tae Kwondo.
"In my late teens and early 20’s I practiced Tae Kwondo before picking up Temple Kungfu.I need to get back to the sport.I’m getting rusty.As they say, like father like son, I am proud of the fact that my 1st born son, 2 weeks ago, qualified as a black belt holder in Tae Kwondo," he revealed.
The Tae Kwondo demonstrations by the CS has elicited mixed reactions on his twitter timeline.Below are the reactions;
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