Foreign Affairs and Diaspora CS Alfred Mutua are in South Korea together with president William Ruto to convene a series of official tasks including investment opportunities in their country Kenya. In a video that has gone viral online, the former Machakos governor is seen participating in a Taekwondo game where he showcases his fierce skills leaving his fellow countrymen's mouths agape.
Dressed in a Taekwondo costume which is white in color, the CS is spectated by several South Korean players as he takes on his opponent. Though the game is seen to be a friendly one for both sides, impressive kicks from the CS tell a lot about his knowledge of the game. Kenyans have hence taken to their social accounts to express their reactions to this. Here are some reactions from his fans;
Watch the video here;
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